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Lower-for-longer QE expected, with covered impact modest

Posted on 20 October 2017


The ECB is widely expected to announce lower-for-longer QE on Thursday, with its purchase programmes set to continue into late 2018 but at a reduced pace. CBBP3 buying is nevertheless forecast to remain steady in the short term and any spread impact muted...

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