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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

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.


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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