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Dysfunction Drives the ECB

posted 9/5/2012 in General

Economic Commentary Highlights...

  • Dysfunction in the European financial markets may lead the European Central Bank (ECB) to purchase sovereign debt in the open market.
  • The ECB may look to lower rates for consumers and businesses through another round of debt purchases.
  • Unlike the U.S., Europe has been greatly impacted by a lack of business spending.

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