Writing in FTSE Global Market, Patrick Artus, Natixis’ Chief Economist, shares his thoughts on whether the European Central Bank’s (ECB) recent economic stimuli is enough to regenerate the eurozone economy.
Despite conditions being favourable for an upturn, the eurozone has remained sluggish. In response, the ECB has implemented an aggressive economic package – yet has neglected to combat poor growth by encouraging corporate and public investment to combat the region’s skills shortage.
Artus suggests that without a long-term focus on tackling unemployment, the ECB will fail to restore confidence in the region.
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