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CBPP3 buying falls upon lower primary settlements

Posted on 31 January 2018


The ECB registered a substantial fall in CBPP3 purchases last week, with gross purchases of some EUR822m little more than a quarter of those the previous week. This came on the back of a much less issuance, with secondary market purchases up slightly but still below the 2017 average...

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