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November purchases put paid to CBPP3 taper talk

Posted on 7 December 2016


The Eurosystem bought some Eu5.6bn of covered bonds last month, making November CBPP3’s busiest month in the second half of the year, and analysts said the substantial step-up in purchases, on the back of increased secondary market buying, put paid to talk of early tapering of the programme...

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