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Credit where it isn’t due

21 April 2016 By Neil Unmack

The European Central Bank president’s promise to buy bonds has caused corporate funding costs to fall. It is also causing distortions in derivative markets. That may be a sign the programme is helping companies and investors, but history suggests the easy money has been made.

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