ECB Likely to Extend QE Into 2018, Says Komileva
With euro-area inflation stuck near zero for almost two years and Brexit now threatening to undercut the region’s recovery, economists see European Central Bank President Mario Draghi as highly likely to lengthen quantitative easing for a second time. That would take the asset-buying program beyond its current end-date of March 2017 and above the target of 1.7 trillion euros ($1.9 trillion). G Plus Economics Chief Economist Lena Komileva discusses this and the outlook for bonds with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."
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