ECB Monetary Policy Review - Sustained Liquidity Support Amid A ‘Clouded’ Outlook: CARE Ratings
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CARE Ratings Research Report
The European Central Bank decided to maintain status quo for key policy rates and reconfirmed the accommodative monetary policy stance.
The central bank continued to emphasize its liquidity infusion program (pandemic emergency purchase programme – PEPP) with a total quantum of €1,850 billion until at least the end of March 2022.
Just like the previous monetary policy in March 2021, The Governing Council has emphasized that liquidity injection under PEPP in Q2-2021 is likely to be conducted at a significantly higher pace than the initial months of 2021.
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