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10 November 2016 By Neil Unmack

European bonds are tracking the rise in U.S. yields sparked by President-elect Donald Trump’s spending plans. This helpfully expands the number of bonds that the ECB boss can buy. U.S. protectionism would also hurt the euro zone economy and push Draghi back into the limelight.

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