TALLINN - European Central Bank Governing Council member Ardo Hansson said governments’ efforts to contain the debt crisis are encouraging and should sustain an improvement in investor sentiment, reports Bloomberg. “These changes rest on fundamentals,” Hansson, who heads Estonia’s central bank, said in an interview in Tallinn on Oct. 24.“There’s better fiscal policy in the euro area, there is progress on structural reforms, pan-European institutions are being built up and the ECB is playing its role. It’s all based on something and that gives ...
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