Draghi authority tarnished as Germany blocks plan

A trader looks at computer screens at Madrid's bourse August 2, 2012. European shares ended Thursday's volatile session sharply lower as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi disappointed investors who had been expecting some bold actions since his pledge last week to do 'whatever it takes' to defend the euro. (REUTERS/Susana Vera)





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