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(Bloomberg) - The European Central Bank will discuss an increase in regular bond deals when the pandemic emergency purchase program expires. This expectation commented the Estonian Council member Madis Muller in an interview with Bloomberg. However, a decided thing is not such an increase yet.
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The recovery in the Eurozone should allow the ECB to end the € 1.85 trillion of the emergency purchase program in March. However, the council members will talk about how to avoid throwing the economy back from the train when supporting support.
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A possibility for this would be the expansion of the existing program on the budgeted 20 billion euros per month, Muller said in the interview in the Estonian capital Tallinn.
"I realize that it would be a problem if it would be a very hard cliff effect at the end of the pandemic emergency purchase program," said the governor of the Estonian central bank.
An increase in the older purchase program app is "part of the discussion about how we leave the Pepp and what that means for the other purchases," says Muller. "And of course this decision will also depend on market conditions."
Muller expressed itself similar to skeptical like other council members to the idea of transforming the app and take some of the more flexible rules of the PEPP. "I think here we have to be careful not to get into legal problems," Muller said. "I do not think we can take the flexibility from the Pepp and easily transfer to the previous purchase program. It was appropriate in this special pandemic crisis situation. "
What was the safety issue and how has England’s decision gone down in Pakistan?
The ECB has pulled its men’s and women’s teams out of next month’s planned white-ball tour of Pakistan. © PA Images 2.60772222.jpg Here the PA news agency looks at why that happened and what it means. What are we missing? © Provided by Cricket365 England’s Eoin Morgan during a Twenty20 International match against Pakistan (Nick Potts/PA) A little slice of history. England women have never toured Pakistan before and were keen to break new ground, while their male counterparts were due to return to the country for the first time since 2005 following a long absence on security grounds.
Muller commented on inflation forecasts, which emanates from an acceleration of the inflation. "It is more likely that inflation will be higher than 1.5% in 2023 than 1.5%. The same applies to the inflation forecast of 1.7% for 2022. "More about:
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