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Necessary evil

26 November 2012 By Neil Unmack

The ECB’s purchases under its bond-buying programme would stop every three months during reviews of the target country. Critics fear it may make interventions less effective, or boost volatility. But the concerns are overblown. Regular pauses will keep the pressure on governments.

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