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Mario Draghi sounds concern over Fed's independence in rare move Draghi's intervention is notable given central bankers are usually loath to comment on politics or events in economies other than their own

International News: European Central Bank President Mario Draghi made the uncommon stride of saying something regarding the hot discussion about whether President Donald Trump is undermining the autonomy of the Federal Reserve. Addressing columnists at the International Monetary Fund gatherings in Washington, Draghi said on Saturday he was "unquestionably stressed over national bank autonomy" and particularly "in the most critical purview on the


planet." Draghi's intercession is eminent given national investors are normally unwilling to remark on governmental issues or occasions in economies other than their own. He was later found in discussion in the IMF's central command with Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, who Trump has habitually blamed for not doing what's necessary to feed the U.S. economy.Read More Business Standard

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Mario Draghi sounds concern over Fed's independence in rare move  

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Mario Draghi sounds concern over Fed's independence in rare move  

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