ECB’s eventual purchase of corporate bonds: Inflating the bubble?

“There is exceeding liquidity even in the public debt, but the aim of the ECB’s extension is really to develop even more those markets,” market watchers at Cortal Consors explain.

There is a liquidity surplus, yes, but there is not a bubble or an overvaluation in the corporate debt, they say.

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Ana Fuentes
Columnist for El País and a contributor to SER (Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión), was the first editor-in-chief of The Corner. Currently based in Madrid, she has been a correspondent in New York, Beijing and Paris for several international media outlets such as Prisa Radio, Radio Netherlands or CNN en español. Ana holds a degree in Journalism from the Complutense University in Madrid and the Sorbonne University in Paris, and a Master's in Journalism from Spanish newspaper El País.

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