Europe is under a huge amount of economic and political pressure, from the immigration crisis, to the potential fallout from Greece’s debt deals, to Italy’s credit crisis. In addition, the China slowdown and dampened commodities markets are dragging on economic growth.

That puts a lot of stress on central banks and their mission to stop Europe from breaking apart financially, and possibly politically. But according to Mark Wall and his team at Deutsche Bank, we shouldn’t be worried about what’s happening this year. FULL REPORT