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ECB does not think aggressive stimulus is a threat to financial markets

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Mr Coeure blamed political risk in some European countries and stricter financial rules since the crisis for boosting demand for short-term German government bonds.

Frankfurt

THE European Central Bank sees no evidence that its aggressive stimulus policy is hampering financial markets, ECB director Benoit Coeure said on Monday, despite deeply negative yields on some bonds and fresh signs of scarcity.

His comments are likely to cool industry

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