Europe's Banks Can't Do Draghi's Bidding
At the core of the European Central Bank's latest round of stimulus is a simple bet: that Europe's stress-tested banks can be nudged into increased lending. But what if the banks aren't nearly as healthy as ECB chief Mario Draghi insists? And what if companies don't want to borrow or depositors prove more fickle?
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