27th Oct 2016


German top court refers ECB decision to EU court

The German Constitutional Court Friday for the first time in its history said it was up to the European Court of Justice to decide on the legality of the European Central Bank's bond buying scheme. In its opinion, the German court said the ECB overstepped its mandate.

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