In a speech at Jackon Hole Friday, Draghi said the ECB would carry out quantitative easing unless inflation picks up.
The German DAX gained 1.8% and the French CAC 40 added 2.1%, led by big banks.
In the U.S, the S&P 500 rose above 2,000 on Monday for the first time, powered by merger news and hopes that ultra-accomodative monetary policy will continue for some time.
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