Before the European Central Bank has even begun its revived asset purchase programme, analysts are already predicting that it will have to increase it next year, leading to yet more demand for corporate bonds.
There has been some disagreement among top ECB officials in recent weeks over the direction it has taken in monetary policy. Sabine Lautenschläger resigned from the governing council last week, which some analysts took as a sign of dissent about the Bank having restarted quantitative easing and starting
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