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ECB Draghi Says Extension of QE Has Anchored Rate Expectations

Friday, 17 November 2017 16:50 WIB ECB Mario Draghi

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says in speech in Frankfurt that with the decision to extend QE at a slower monthly pace, the signalling effect of asset purchases has “naturally increased in prominence relative to the duration effect.” “Robust recovery” means economy “may be becoming more resilient to new shocks”. “While we are confident in the recovery, we still need a patient and persistent approach to our monetary policy to ensure that medium-term price stability is achieved”. “A sustained adjustment is one where the return of headline inflation towards our objective is durable and not just a temporary blip, and it can be self-sustained without...

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