La Deutsche Bank, la più grande ed esposta banca d'Europa (70.000.000.000.000 di euro in derivati), ha lanciato un durissimo ed esplicito attacco alla BCE e a Mario Draghi. In un documento dal titolo "The ECB must change course", la banca tedesca fa un'analisi a tutto tondo delle politiche monetarie messe in campo da Draghi e conclude:
"With its “whatever it takes” stance the ECB has removed incentives for governments to reform and has distorted the market-based pricing of government bond yields. Politicians are also stuck because unpopular reforms would probably see them replaced by more national and euro-sceptic politicians, which poses an even bigger risk for the eurozone."
ECB president Mario Draghi... ignoring the wider consequences of monetary policy led to last crisis. "