The European Central Bank will reboot its quantitative easing programme as a result of the weak growth outlook in the eurozone and could focus on purchasing equities instead of bonds, according to a head of fixed income at an asset management firm.
“By the time the year is out, the ECB will reverse its decision on ending QE,” said Ariel Bezalel, head of strategy, fixed income at Jupiter Asset Management. “The stimulus is very controversial and will face huge reluctance to be restarted, but with growth in the eurozone continuing
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