On this 4 April, the main news many European dailies share is European Central Bank's (ECB) director Mario Draghi's yesterday's announcement: the ECB is committed to use "all unconventional instruments within its mandate in order to cope effectively with risks of a too prolonged period of low inflation".
Only NRC Next on the other hand, has its main headline on yesterday's European parliament vote on net neutrality (and the end of roaming charges).
'ECB ready for extraordinary measures' - Il Sole 24 Ore, Milan.
'ECB choses words to tackle low inflation' - La Tribune, Paris.
'Draghi admits for the first time considering buying bonds' - El Economista, Madrid.
'Draghi strengthens QE signal' - Financial Times, London.
'Internet is saved' - NRC Next, Amsterdam.
'Europe limits bank fees on credit cards' - Diário de Notícias, Lisbon.
'Under stream - The winner of the change in energy policy — and who has to pay for it' - Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf.
'Attack on the academic system' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.