Gallery: Davos 2012 ends on a bitter sweet note

As confidence in the euro grows, The Occupy Movement calls into question the future of capitalism.

January 29, 2012 18:50
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Protesters at WEF

Protesters at WEF. (photo credit: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann )


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A straw poll conducted among current and recently retired policymakers reflected a wider mood of short-term relief tinged with longer-term doubt among the world's movers and shakers at a farwell dinner concluding this year's World Economic Forum session in Davos.

High-level private meetings over four days in Davos helped many appreciate that progress is being made in Europe. A secret steering group of top European and US policymakers, the ECB's Draghi and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discussed how to strengthen financial defenses to protect the euro zone.

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