The European Central Bank is embarking on an unprecedented 18-month bond-buying experiment, to the tune of 60 billion euros a month through September of next year. ECB president Mario Draghi predicts that bond-buying will push up prices in a eurozone where inflation now stands at -0.2 percent. After the financial crisis, after the sovereign debt crisis and ahead of Greek elections that could again test Europe's financial institutions, is the single currency back on firm footing?
Former advisor to the French economy minister
Professor of political economy at Technische Universität, Berlin
FRANCE 24 Business Editor