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We now expect E-Z “peripheral” spreads to widen a bit

We now think that, rather than remaining broadly stable, the spreads of euro-zone “peripheral” bonds will widen somewhat over the next two years as the ECB gradually normalises monetary policy. That said, we still expect spreads to remain low by historical standards.
Franziska Palmas Markets Economist
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