欧洲央行的蜜月结束了

欧洲央行的蜜月已经结束了。由于欧洲的利率不再明显地与欧元区经济基本面脱节,因此货币政策已经变得更为复杂。

同时,法国给了新总统萨尔科奇强大的授权。萨尔科奇无疑是欧洲央行在其短暂历史上所要面对的最为强大的政治对手。萨尔科奇准备好对欧洲央行在这一更为困难的政策环境中可能做出的任何错误予以重击。

自从2005年底以来,欧洲利率上升了200个基点,欧元将近历史最高点。在这一情况下,萨尔科奇想要让欧洲央行现在停止提高利率。欧洲央行行长特里谢及其管理委员会强烈反对。

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