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Denmark tests QE as central bank seeks new ways to save its euro peg

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 05:50


DENMARK is now exploring unconventional policy steps to protect its euro peg after an unprecedented series of interest-rate cuts failed to deter investors and speculators from hoarding kroner.

"We're addressing what measures to take continuously," Karsten Biltoft, head

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