Wisdom comes with experience. If the former head of the ECB, Mario Draghi, ate a dog in matters of communication with the market, then Christine Lagarde is still just learning. Yes, she did not step on the same rake as in March, saying that the central bank would not tolerate the growing risks of fragmentation in the eurozone, but so far it has little understanding of how the markets can react if they don't get what they want. Although not all investors hoped for an increase in QE in April, they seriously expected reports of the purchase of bonds of the “fallen angel” - securities whose investment rating could fall to the “junk” due to the pandemic. Did not wait. The Frenchwoman added fuel to the fire, saying that the OMT program, developed during the 2012 debt crisis, is not suitable for current conditions.