CBPP3 secondary buying hits 2016 high, CSPP swells
Posted on 28 June 2016
The Eurosystem bought more covered bonds in the secondary market in the space of a week in its latest reporting period than at any time since August, according to estimates based on ECB figures released yesterday, while the pace of its corporate programme continues to impress...
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