ABS Down As Preferred ECB Repo Asset

The use of asset-backed securities as collateral in the European Central Bank’s repurchase facility decreased in 2009, knocking the instrument off the top of the preferred asset list.

  • 26 Apr 2010

-- Daniel O’Leary

The use of asset-backed securities as collateral in the European Central Bank’s repurchase facility decreased in 2009, knocking the instrument off the top of the preferred asset list. According to the ECB’s annual report released late last week, ABS accounted for 23% of the facility in ...

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