Draghi Scotches ECB Exit Talk as Spain Keeps Crisis AliveJeff Black
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi quashed talk of an early exit from emergency stimulus measures as Spain struggled to borrow in financial markets, a reminder of the risk that the region’s debt crisis could flare again.
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