Why Isn't Contagion Scary Anymore?

Thomas, Charlie
April 2013
AiCIO News;2013, p1
The article focuses on the investors of European bond markets. It mentions about the modest reactions on the European bond markets to the events in Cyprus and Italy. It discusses the reasons of calmness of investors in European countries which includes infamous speech of Mario Draghi, head of European Central Bank and introduction of Open Market Transaction mechanism (OMT). It also reports about the presence of complacency in European countries.


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