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MNI SOURCES2 (RPT): ECB Mulls Crisis Tool As Debate Spreads

(MNI) London

As bond spreads widen, there is little agreement within the ECB as to what levels would constitute market fragmentation.

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(Repeats article first published on May 18)

Internal European Central Bank discussions on how to moderate any future blow-out in peripheral spreads are still at an early stage, with little agreement over how to define a problematic fragmentation of monetary policy transmission even as some national governments begin to fret over rising finance costs, Eurosystem sources told MNI.

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(Repeats article first published on May 18)

Internal European Central Bank discussions on how to moderate any future blow-out in peripheral spreads are still at an early stage, with little agreement over how to define a problematic fragmentation of monetary policy transmission even as some national governments begin to fret over rising finance costs, Eurosystem sources told MNI.

Keep reading...Show less