CBPP3 secondary buying increases while issuance dries up
Posted on 12 July 2017
CBPP3 registered a fall in purchases last week, with gross buying of some Eu861m the lowest weekly amount since the end of May, after eligible issuance dried up. Secondary purchases increased, however, to their highest level since mid-April...
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