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Net Eu105m CBPP3 growth lowest since June on hefty redemptions

Posted on 13 December 2017

The ECB registered gross covered bond purchases of around Eu1.105bn last week during an announced frontloading of QE purchases, but the CBPP3 portfolio increased just Eu105m as hefty redemptions were a drag on net growth...

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