12.05.2011 [TMC Net] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel endorsed Mario Draghi to succeed Jean-Claude Trichet for the presidency of the European Central Bank. Draghi is seen as an inflation hawk. US senators are concerned about the proposed AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) purchase of
27.04.2011 [The Business Insider] - Former Goldman Sachs Vice President and current Bank of Italy governor Mario Draghi now has the backing of French President Nicolas Sarkozy in his quest to become the next President of the ECB. While he now seems the likely successor to Jean-Claude
15.05.2011 [Seeking Alpha] - The only name that will certainly be put forward is Mario Draghi, Italy's central banker. Since Weber took himself out of the game, he has been the favorite. I personally thought three things would have blocked his candidacy: 1) his years at an
07.05.2011 [Irish Independent] - AS THE clock runs out on Jean-Claude Trichet's term as ECB president, all eyes are on Italian central bank boss Mario Draghi to succeed him next October. In the run-up to the creation of the euro in 1999, Germany insisted that the new European Central
(born 3 September 1947) is an Italian banker and economist who succeeded Jean-Claude Trichet as the President of the European Central Bank on 1 November 2011. He was previously the governor of the Bank of Italy from January 2006 until October 2011.
16.05.2011 [Bloomberg] - O'Neill, speaking with Andrea Catherwood on Bloomberg Television's "Last Word," also talks about the IMF's leadership outlook, Mario Draghi's candidacy to replace Jean-Claude Trichet as president of the European Central Bank and China's economy.
17.05.2011 [Washington Post] - May 17 (Bloomberg) -- Euro-area finance ministers put Mario Draghi on track to become the next head of the European Central Bank as the region struggles to contain a debt crisis sparked by ballooning deficits in southern Europe.
17.05.2011 [Minneapolis Star Tribune] - At Monday's meeting in Brussels, ministers nominated Mario Draghi of Italy as next president of the European Central Bank. They also unanimously agreed to grant aid worth 78 billion euros ($110 billion) to Portugal under a three-year program jointly
17.05.2011 [IMarketnews.com] - Asmussen confirmed that the Eurogroup had "unanimously agreed to propose [Bank of Italy Governor] Mario Draghi to the European Council as successor to [current ECB President] Jean-Claude Trichet." "I assume the Ecofin" will also express its support of
17.05.2011 [NASDAQ] - Mario Draghi has been selected the successor to head The European Central Bank after Jean-Claude Trichet's term expires on October 31..... Silver continued to struggle today as it lost.64.1 and settle at $33.49.1 for the session....
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03.05.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - The steering committee sits between the board's chairman–Mario Draghi–and the full plenary of FSB members, an unwieldy college of 64 bodies drawn from 24 countries and international organizations including the European Commission and International
17.05.2011 [FXstreet.com] - Finally Mario Draghi was approved as Trichi's successor (chairman of the ECB). When looking at the classic carry cross rates, we see that risk appetite is gradually returning. The high-yielding currencies have appreciated overnight and the low-yielding
16.05.2011 [FXstreet.com] - ... finance ministers' meeting starting today in Brussels; they will discuss Greece's debt crisis, the approval of 78 billion euros in aid for Portugal and the nomination of Bank of Italy Governor Mario Draghi for the next president of the ECB.
05.05.2011 [BBC News (blog)] - The city was surprised, but Mario Draghi may come to be grateful. You might not have taken Trichet for a dove, listening to his stern words about the "upside" risks to inflation. But in the strange world of ECB-watching these days, it's not what is
16.05.2011 [Cayman News Service] - Top of the list is Mario Draghi, Governor of the Banca d'Italia, followed by Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury at the US Department of the Treasury, and at number three is Barney Frank, Congressman at the United States House of
17.05.2011 [Times of Malta] - Meanwhile, The Economist announces that the next president of the European Central Bank – the world's second-most-important central bank – would be Italy's Mario Draghi, replacing Jean-Claude Trichet when he steps down in October.
13.05.2011 [FXstreet.com] - The expected appointment of Mario Draghi as the ECB president could impact the composition of the central bank according to financial press releases. If he is appointed as the ECB president, then there would be two members on the executive board from
27.04.2011 [FT Adviser] - The chairman of the Swiss-based Financial Stability Board (FSB), Mario Draghi told the IMF Spring Conference in Washington that “ETFs are reminiscent of what happened in the securitisation market before the crisis”. Of course, Mr Draghi
13.05.2011 [FT Adviser] - The expected appointment of Mario Draghi as European Central Bank (ECB) president threatens to trigger a dispute over the composition of the bank's leadership, reports Financial Times. Mr Draghi's appointment, to take effect from November
04.05.2011 [GlobalPost] - Though he didn't blame Berlusconi, Mario Draghi, the head of the Central Reserve Bank of Italy, warned sluggish economic growth in Italy might be the norm for a while. “We have clearly suffered a loss of competitiveness compared with our European