Draghi: survival of euro 'not in question'

Mario Draghi, Italy's central bank governor and chairman of the Financial Stability Board, discusses the eurozone crisis with FT editor, Lionel Barber. They talk about the role of strong rules for weaker states, lessons to be learnt from Italy's financial crisis and German structural reforms, and when the European Central Bank should intervene. Mr Draghi warns that "overshooting" in sovereign bond repricing can create "permanent damage".