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Wide spread issues

27 April 2016 By Neil Unmack

The ECB’s money printing has squashed interest rates for countries and companies, even in the south. Yet the difference in borrowing costs between riskier sovereigns and Germany is rising. Bond-buying has not made investors insensitive to risk. It may not prevent default either.

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