The European Central Bank is currently making two macroeconomic mistakes, says Invesco Chief Economist John Greenwood.
"The ECB's quantitative easing is done the wrong way -- directed at the wrong counterparties, therefore not creating money and spending power. Furthermore, negative rates will not raise spending and inflation but damage long-term savings," says Greenwood, who spoke to journalists earlier this month at an exclusive press event in London.
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