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|... US-style spreads into our portfolios by buying names that we know the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank (ECB) are going to be buying." It has also been buying "high quality corporates" such as McDonalds, Coles and Apple. Despite ...|
|... Euro Stoxx-50 has dropped by 28.9%, giving up all its 2019 gains (24.8%), and then some. While the European Central Bank (ECB) has kept policy interest rates unchanged to date, it has announced several accommodative policy measures, including increased ...|
|... have described him as 'super', but I've already used that moniker in reference to former European Central Bank (ECB) president Marion Draghi when he did "whatever it took" to save the splintering of the single currency region from splintering ...|
|... in the months running up to the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008." The latest policy responses, according to Factset : "ECB added €750B to its QE program, bring its planned purchases for the year to over €1T. Fed unveiled another facility ...|
|... maturities of five to ten years in an unscheduled move. It also said it would inject an additional ¥1.5T in two-week lending. ECB chief economist Lane said in a blog post central bank will not tolerate any risks to smooth transmission of its policy ...|
|... £30 billion (US$58.4 billion). Although it kept interest rates unchanged at its March meeting, the European Central Bank (ECB) expanded its asset purchases by €120B until end-2020, as well as announcing "more favorable TLTRO terms from June ...|
|... least over the next two quarters. The hope is that the Italian government's new license to spend - even coaxed by the ECB and the EU - would help mitigate the downdraft inflicted by the virus.|
|... 2.1% -- may give other central banks (especially those that have already ran out of interest rate ammo like the BOJ and the ECB) expecting to "coordinate" policy responses, pause for thought. For as Fed chair Jerome Powell explained in his press conference ...|
|... still the main game in town, with ongoing intervention now unanimous with the US Federal Reserve reversing course. "The RBA, ECB and Fed are all on the same page. The power remains in their hands and markets remain complacent around some of the challenges," ...|
|... the fastest rate of expansion since August 2019 - due to improvements in both the service and manufacturing sectors. The ECB would surely help, if it could. But with the current policy rate at zero, there's little scope to do more. Besides, the problem ...|
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