Commentary: Ditching Duisenberg Won't Save The EuroDavid Fairlamb
European Central Bank President Wim Duisenberg has a habit of putting his foot in it. But the gaffe he made in an Oct. 16 interview with The Times of London was his biggest yet. His mistake was to hint that there would be no further central bank intervention to support the euro this side of the U.S. Presidential election on Nov. 7.
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