Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Allianz SE Chief Economist Michael Heise said the European Central Bank shouldn’t massively widen its bond purchases, Tagesspiegel reported, citing an interview.
Heise said the ECB shouldn’t do anything that reduces the member states’ willingness to reform, the newspaper said.
The decisions made at the summit of European leaders in Brussels was a step toward “fiscal integration” while avoiding a “rash pooling of national debt,” Heise said, according to Tagesspiegel.
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