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Eurozone | 7 June 2018 Should the ECB Teach Shorts in Italian Two-year BTPs a Lesson?
This week's uproar over the ECB's purchases of Italian debt in May--or lack thereof--shows that monetary policy in the euro is never far removed from the political sphere.

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7 June 2018 Should the ECB Teach Shorts in Italian Two-year BTPs a Lesson?

By Claus Vistesen

This week's uproar over the ECB's purchases of Italian debt in May--or lack thereof--shows that monetary policy in the euro is never far removed from the political sphere.

Posted: 6th Jun 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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