The Frankfurt-based European Central Bank (ECB) is unwinding its bond-buying programme but will not end its expansionary policy immediately as reinvestment is still occurring.
The Eurozone’s decelerating growth has spooked investors who wondering whether the announced end to the ECB’s bond-buying programme has been timed well. In the third quarter of 2018, Germany saw the sharpest GDP slowdown since 2015, with the economy growing at an anaemic 0.2%.
Pressure is mounting with Italy desperately ...


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