There is little doubt that the ECB will leave interest rates unchanged next week, with the deposit rate on hold at 4%. Recent activity and inflation data have been weaker than expected, but this won’t stop Christine Lagarde from sticking firmly to the “higher for longer” narrative. The recent sell-off in global bond markets means that policymakers are unlikely to decide to accelerate the pace of QT next week.
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