ECB's 'open-ended' QE met with scepticism by managers

Anna Fedorova
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Market participants have reacted with a healthy dose of scepticism to the European Central Bank's long-awaited quantitative easing programme, saying the move may not be enough to revive the struggling eurozone economy.

On Thursday, ECB president Mario Draghi announced plans to buy €60bn of assets per month from this March, a programme that will last until September 2016 or until inflation - currently at -0.2% - moves...

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