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ECB’s Kazaks Says June Decision to Slow Bond-Buying Possible

  • Economy will determine if financing conditions are favorable
  • Latvia’s Kazaks says regular QE might be stepped up next year
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The European Central Bank could decide to scale back its emergency bond-buying program as early as next month if the euro-area economy doesn’t deteriorate, according to Governing Council member Martins Kazaks.