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If Europe is serious about forging a Capital Markets Union, it will need to address its regulatory failings, argues Lorenzo Bini Smaghi.
Europe’s central bankers want a new target. First they must look at why inflation has been so low for so long.
French bank’s shares are one of the worst performers in Europe’s banking sector
The risk of a member’s exit from the bloc could be cut by an Article 50 provision
A common deposit insurance scheme would reduce risk and moral hazard
Markets are worried by the restricted room for manoeuvre on monetary policy
The rise of the single currency against the dollar may have further to go
So far, the central bank has tightened too early and eased too late
Chairman of Société Générale says his country’s cultural heritage is so omnipresent, those who have to maintain it do not feel free
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi to head board of directors while Frédéric Oudéa retains position
A gradual erosion in real terms is the most likely outcome
Shares show fragility in the face of uncertainty and political gridlock
Cheap three-year funding prompts serious concern, writes Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
The world seems dangerously without guidance, writes Lorenzo Bini Smaghi