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Euro area financing conditions are broadly stable when taking both corporates and households together, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Thursday.
Lagarde said their had been a modest increase in corporate borrowing costs in Germany and the Netherlands, although she said maybe there had been a tactical approach by banks in those countries, taking advantage of TLTROs and to catch up on commitments they have to make under them.
There remains potential for what we observed on market rates to pass through to corporate sector, she noted, but not to the household sector, where interest rates are at rock bottom.