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The whale in Frankfurt

19 May 2017 By Neil Unmack

European lawmakers have called for more transparency from the European Central Bank over its corporate bond purchases. The demands are flawed: the ECB discloses quite a lot and clarity can backfire. Yet it’s a reminder of the risks from central banks meddling in private credit.

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