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Eurozone Documents | 17 April 2018 Can the ECB exit private QE without a hiccup?
We are fairly sanguine that government bond markets in the Eurozone will take the end of QE in their stride.

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17 April 2018 Can the ECB exit private QE without a hiccup?

By Claus Vistesen

We are fairly sanguine that government bond markets in the Eurozone will take the end of QE in their stride.

Posted: 16th Apr 2018 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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