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Fed: Still Easing After All These Years – Interpretation & Asset Implications

In its new round of quantitative easing, the Fed’s operations are now open-ended, unlike in previous instances. What is more, in what could mark a turning point in its approach to monetary policy, it signaled that its loose stance might … Continue reading

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Life at 0%: What’s Next for the ECB?

The reduction of the ECB’s deposit rate to 0% led to an immediate Eur500 mn drop in deposit holdings but prompted a simultaneous increase in  current account holdings, leaving overall bank reserves unchanged. Yet, focus on these figures is misplaced: … Continue reading

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