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Following the market

3 June 2015 By Neil Unmack

The ECB’s quantitative easing rules reflect the incomplete unity of the single currency. They’re forcing the German central bank to buy more of its government’s bonds than the market can easily provide. In May, the mix of maturities purchased probably added unwanted volatility. 

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