Pantheon Macroeconomics - The ECB will keep interest rates on hold later today, and the commitment to monthly asset purchases of €60B--of which €50B will be sovereigns--until September next year will also remain unchanged. Sovereign QE should begin formally next week, but it has already turned bond markets upside down.

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5 Mar. 2015 Bond Markets in the Eurozone Will Stay Crazy as the ECB Starts QE

By Claus Vistesen

The ECB will keep interest rates on hold later today, and the commitment to monthly asset purchases of €60B--of which €50B will be sovereigns--until September next year will also remain unchanged. Sovereign QE should begin formally next week, but it has already turned bond markets upside down.

Posted: 5th Mar 2015 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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