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Eurozone | 26 October 2018 It Would Take a Lot to Turn the ECB Away from Ending QE in Q4
The ECB kept its cool yesterday, at the headline level, amid crashing stock markets, volatile BTPs and souring economic data.

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26 October 2018 It Would Take a Lot to Turn the ECB Away from Ending QE in Q4

By Claus Vistesen

The ECB kept its cool yesterday, at the headline level, amid crashing stock markets, volatile BTPs and souring economic data.

Posted: 26th Oct 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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