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Europe's bond shortage means Draghi is about to shock market

But ECB has said it's confident it has an "adequate" universe of assets to buy

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The prospect of increased largesse from the ECB has pushed government bonds higher, with the yield on German 10-year bunds headed for their biggest quarterly slide in almost five years.

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AS European Central Bank governor Mario Draghi prepares to increase and broaden his bond-buying programme, the shrunken market might be in for a shock.

While policy makers will expand their asset-purchase plan by 20 billion euros (S$30.6 billion) a month at the start of

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