Darius McDermott: Five years of 'whatever it takes'

When might tightening begin?

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Darius McDermott: "Five years ago, Mario Draghi’s 'whatever it takes' entered the tough guy pay-off hall of fame alongside the likes of Arnie’s 'I’ll be back' and 'Hasta la vista, baby' – well … sort of."
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Darius McDermott: "Five years ago, Mario Draghi’s 'whatever it takes' entered the tough guy pay-off hall of fame alongside the likes of Arnie’s 'I’ll be back' and 'Hasta la vista, baby' – well … sort of."

Now Mario Draghi has started talking of 'reflationary forces', Darius McDermott considers what it will take for the ECB president to taper successfully - and what sort of funds are best-placed to prosper should he start to try

When it comes to famous one-liners, central bankers rarely make the cut. Five years ago, however, Mario Draghi's "whatever it takes" entered the tough guy pay-off hall of fame alongside the likes o...

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