ECB set to resist bond buyback hopes

Macdonald, Sam
December 2014
Fundweb;12/2/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the European Central Banks (ECB) dismissal of hopes to enter a government bond-buying program. It is noted that when president Mario Draghi said in November 2014 the ECB should boost inflation without delay, hopes regarding the ECBs announcement of a new package of quantitative easing increased.


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