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CBPPs, label support part of ECB collateral scarcity response

Posted on 3 October 2012


Covered bond purchase programmes and a catalytic role in support of the ECBC covered bond label are examples of steps taken by the Eurosystem to address collateral scarcity, said ECB executive board member Benoît Cœuré in a speech on Monday, which noted that covered bonds have lately become the largest marketable asset type in its collateral framework...

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