ECB reshuffle aims for collegiate mood

According to the article "ECB reshuffle aims for collegiate mood and focus on policy" published by the FT on Friday 2 June, the European Central Bank has divided the role of its chief economist in a move that will allow an evolution in ECB thinking and actions.

"The unexpectedly prominent role given to Mr Stark, who will present interest-rate policy proposals at the ECB's monthly interest rate setting meetings, ensures no early changes in the Frankfurt-based central bank's monetary policy

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