The EU needs fresh powers to wind up failing banks in a speedy push to the next phase of banking union, according to Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, after a landmark agreement on centralised supervision.
The bailout authority was due to be discussed at a summit of EU leaders on Thursday night, which followed 24 hours of uncharacteristically rapid decision-making by eurozone ministers.
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