European Finance Leaders Meet In WashingtonPlay
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi is in Washington today ahead of the International Monetary Fund's annual meeting tomorrow.
The meeting comes amid fear on Wall Street about a lack of growth in Eurozone countries. That fear has contributed to some turbulence in the stock market in recent weeks.
Meanwhile, Hans Werner Sinn, president of the Munich-based IFO Institute for Economic Research told CNBC that if Eurozone countries don't undertake structural reforms, they'll face a "lost decade."
Michael Regan, of Bloomberg News joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss what to expect from the IMF meeting.
- Michael Regan, editor-at-large of Bloomberg News. He tweets @Reganonymous.
This segment aired on October 9, 2014.