Out of the five major Eurozone economies, it is Germany, the largest, that is most confident that the European Central Bank (ECB) fulfils its primary roles of managing inflation and encouraging growth.
Almost 80% of Germans surveyed in a poll conducted by the Financial Times and Harris Polls said they were either very confident or confident that the Frankfurt-based central bank was doing a good job. Spaniards were also supportive, with just over three-quarters sharing that view. Though their
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