100 days of QE: ECB has created a 'wasteland'
Summer may be in full flow but there is little sunny about public sector borrowers’ opinion of the effect of eurozone quantitative easing — with one worried about it creating a euro market “wasteland”. Tessa Wilkie and Craig McGlashan report.
Despite the yield and spread compression that comes hand in hand with QE, after 100 working days of the programme being in place many funding officials wish that, from a capital markets perspective, the ECB had never started. GlobalCapital
polled a selection of funding officials at eurozone
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