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ECB may not agree taper until December

The account of the ECB’s July meeting confirms that a minority of Governing Council members objected to the dovish shift in the Bank’s interest rate guidance. Partly because of this, we now think the Bank is more likely to take until December to agree when and how to “taper” its PEPP purchases.

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