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Take it easy

31 March 2015 By Neil Unmack

The ECB chief’s bid to boost asset-backed security markets has produced few new deals, and its purchase programme is small. But the falling cost of issuance is tangible enough, and regulatory hurdles are lifting. Besides, politics preclude Mario Draghi from buying riskier assets.

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