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European Central Bank Policy: QE Infinity
ECB Signals Easing, But What’s Left in the Policy Arsenal?
Lagarde, von der Leyen Appointments to Lead the ECB, EC, Send Three Market Signals
Delaying the ECB’s Liftoff
Longer-Term Risks Complicate ECB
Eurozone Outlook: When Secular Turns Cyclical
The ECB’s Longer-Term Challenges
Charting the Evolution and End of ECB Quantitative Easing
ECB Preview: Expect Emphasis on Forward Guidance, Continued Tapering
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ECB Preview: Expect Emphasis on Forward Guidance, Continued Tapering

Our central expectation for the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting on 26 October is for the Governing Council to extend asset purchases by nine months at €30 billion per month to September 2018, without yet committing to a specific end date, while strengthening its commitment to keep policy rates and the balance sheet unchanged when asset purchases end next year.

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