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Draghi sees no sign of bond shortage for ECB debt buying

Consumer confidence in the currency bloc is likely to rise to the highest level in 7.5 years, according to a Bloomberg News survey, as cheaper oil pushes down prices and boosts spending.


MARIO Draghi pushed back against concerns that the European Central Bank's quantitative easing (QE) plan will be hampered by a shortage of bonds available to buy.

"We see no signs that there will not be enough bonds for us to purchase," the ECB president said at a hearing

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