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Less is more

3 July 2013 By Neil Unmack

The mooted end of the Fed’s bond buying could still push euro zone rates higher, hurting weak economies. For the moment yields aren’t scary, and they help keep governments focused on reform. The ECB needn’t take drastic measures, as long as just talking about them works.

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