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How to Invest as Easy Money Era Unwinds

The European Central Bank is expecting to plow at least 160 billion euros ($185 billion) of maturing debt back into bonds next year and could consider relaxing the rules on buying, according to euro-area officials familiar with the matter. Such prospects would reduce the risk of market volatility that could undermine the economy after the ECB completes net asset purchases at the end of the year. Jim Keenan, CIO and global co-head of credit at BlackRock, Oksana Aronov, alternative fixed-income strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Krishna Memani CIO and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro to discuss the ECB, the Federal Reserve and the European credit markets. (Source: Bloomberg)

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