Liquidity is, has been, and will continue to be a key variable in the new order
European investors react to ECB’s emergency QE boost
UBS, Generali Insurance Asset Management, NN IP and Candriam reflect on PEPP
US Fed takes ‘aggressive efforts’ with unlimited bond buy
Says it will purchase treasury and mortgage-backed securities ‘in the amounts needed’
Central banks could fast track the low-carbon transition
But will they step in to safeguard the system from climate risks?
ECB launches new stimulus to boost ailing eurozone
Central bank will hold auctions of multi-year loans at low rates and will not raise interest rates until 2020
Indosuez warns of simmering debt crisis
Sovereign borrowing fuelled by QE has reached about $60trn and the bill must eventually be paid, French group warns
End of QE fears trump Swedish political woes
ECB has ‘no ammunition left’ after QE ends to cushion fallout from the next downturn, a Swedish selector fears
Glimmers of hope behind weak eurozone data
ECB may opt to extend QE if slowdown continues and political situation in Italy worsens, say analysts
ECB to finish QE at the end of 2018
The European Central Bank will end its quantitative easing (QE) programme at the end of December 2018 in line with most industry expectations.
ECB rate rise unlikely before 2020, says Franklin Templeton
Slowing growth, low inflation and political risk in Italy suggest ECB will extend its asset-buying programme into 2019 and as a result push rate hikes further into the future, says asset manager.