Why Draghi May Have no Reason to Ramp up QE
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they’re uncertain what’s going on right now -- and that’s no barrier to action. Far from giving fresh insights into how the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union will affect the euro area’s economy, the European Central Bank president admitted on Thursday that, like everyone else, he has no real visibility. “It’s very difficult to understand how these big macro themes affect the recovery,” he said in Frankfurt after the ECB left its interest rates and quantitative easing unchanged. World First Chief Economist Jeremy Cook discusses market implications for a Trump win with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."