ECB to Buy Bonds to Combat Economic Slowdown From Coronavirus

Ali Corbett

FRANKFURT—The European Central Financial institution unveiled a new €750 billion ($818.7 billion) bond-obtaining system aimed at shielding the eurozone economic system from the spreading coronavirus, casting aside longstanding taboos to send a identified signal to investors that the financial institution will stand behind the region’s embattled governments.

The unexpected move, next times of hold off and combined messages from the ECB, underscores the high stage of urgency between policy makers in Europe, which has emerged as the new middle of the rapidly-transferring world wide disaster….

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