Herman Van Rompuy, the president of the European Council, said on Tuesday he expected leaders to nominate Mario Draghi for the next president of the European Central Bank at its two-day meeting this week. The European Parliament and ECB have endorsed him already.
"The important thing, of course, is to have a decision as soon as possible," an EU official told CentralBanking.com. "The nomination is one of a number of issues to be discussed over the next few hours, and we hope to be able to make an
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