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We now know what weary, miserable investors want to hear. The answer came just minutes after last week's fund manager survey from Bank of America Merrill Lynch showed that investors were the most gloomy since the financial crisis of 2008.

As they sat sobbing into their lattes, wracked by fears of trade wars and a global slowdown, a hero came along to turn that frown upside down: Mario Draghi.

The outgoing European Central Bank president managed finally to make investors listen to the message he has been trumpeting for the past couple of weeks: he is prepared to cut

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