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Draghi addicts

15 December 2011 By George Hay

Stretching the central bank’s liquidity facilities to three years reduces the risk that banks will collapse or rapidly shrink their balance sheets. But the real prize is to encourage private investors to buy bank debt again. The ECB’s largesse actually makes this less likely.

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