Investors pile in to eurozone debt ahead of ECB easing

Anna Fedorova
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Inflows into European peripheral debt have soared as investors prepare for a widely expected announcement of quantitative easing by the European Central Bank (ECB).

The bank is expected to announced a bond purchasing programme in its meeting on 22 January, with most market participants expecting it to amount to €500bn. The prospect of QE and continuing deflation...

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