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Bloomberg: Why People Have Been Worrying About Deutsche Bank, in 12 Charts. Draghi Lays Blame for European Banks’ Woes on Industry Behavior. Mario Draghi said the financial industry must stop blaming the actions of central banks for their problems and focus on fixing internal management and risk failings. “Many banks have problems that don’t have primarily to do with the low level of interest rates but possibly with other reasons,” the European Central Bank president said after a meeting with German lawmakers in Berlin on Wednesday.
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Mario Draghi’s speech in one chart

Business & Finance : Ezra Klein

Earlier today, Brad had a good analysis of the worrying speech that Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, gave Thursday. Via @Pawelmorski, here’s the speech in chart form: Thanks, Mario.

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