QE Insulates Europe Periphery From Greek Concerns: Moec

Jan. 29 -- "Thank God" the European Central Bank announced quantitative easing plans before the Greek vote, said Gilles Moec, chief European economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He said there's a belief the bond purchases will shield other countries in the continent's periphery from any stress. He spoke with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse."

DIW's Fratzscher Says Surprise Is How Much CDU Lost
01:27 - Marcel Fratzscher, president and chief executive officer of DIW Berlin, weighs in on the German election exit poll results. He speaks on "Germany Decides." (Source: Bloomberg)
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