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Is the ECB’s arsenal now bare?

It has thrown the kitchen sink, to little effect. Has it got anything left?

By George Magnus  

Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, on his way to a press conference following a meeting of the governing council in Frankfurt, Germany, 10th March 2016. ©Michael Probst/AP/Press Association Images

Read more: Just what the world doesn’t need—a banking panic 

Ahead of today’s European Central Bank meeting, it was expected that to stir the eurozone’s economy the Bank would…

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