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The ECB will end PEPP in March, but is keeping the door open for a resumption if the virus worsens.
ECB asset purchases will be around €500B next year on current plans, half the pace in 2021.
The SNB is standing pat, as expected, and we're lowering our outlook for EZ growth in Q1.
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