Bundesbank president to step down potentially influencing ECB policy

By Justin Pugsley
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Jens Weidman, president of the Bundesbank, Germany’s influential central bank, is due to step down on December 31 – a move that could impact the balance of power within the European Central Bank (ECB) where he is a member of its governing council. 

His departure is more likely to influence ...

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