Pantheon Macroeconomics - The ECB conformed to our expectations yesterday. The central bank left its main interest rate unchanged, and reiterated its expectation that QE will be wound down via a three-month taper in Q4.

Eurozone | 27 July 2018 Don't Worry if you Missed the ECB Yesterday it was a Snoozer
The ECB conformed to our expectations yesterday. The central bank left its main interest rate unchanged, and reiterated its expectation that QE will be wound down via a three-month taper in Q4.

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27 July 2018 Don't Worry if you Missed the ECB Yesterday it was a Snoozer

By Claus Vistesen

The ECB conformed to our expectations yesterday. The central bank left its main interest rate unchanged, and reiterated its expectation that QE will be wound down via a three-month taper in Q4.

Posted: 26th Jul 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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