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‘No limits’ PEPP to take CBPP3 into uncharted waters

Posted on 19 March 2020


The ECB’s €750bn Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) will inevitably support covered bond spreads and issuance, according to analysts, with the Eurosystem potentially increasing its new issue order share beyond 50%, even if the asset class’s share of overall net purchases could fall...

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