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Bazooka blues

11 November 2014 By Neil Unmack

The European Central Bank’s bid to boost its balance sheet by 1 trillion euros is distorting the prices of the covered bonds it’s buying. Inefficient markets can breed trouble. But that may be the necessary collateral damage of central bank action.

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