Draghi comes out in favour of ECB minutes

Draghi supports publishing ‘account’ of monetary policy deliberations

Mario Draghi with Klaas Knot

Mario Draghi believes the European Central Bank (ECB) should publish a "more complete account" of the governing council's deliberations, he revealed today, but it remains to be seen whether he has the support of his fellow eurozone policy-makers.

The ECB is one of the few major central banks not to publish minutes – an issue that has proved contentious ever since it was established in June 1998, particularly with the European Parliament.

This may not be the case for much longer. The ECB issued

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