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ECB’s Draghi Sends Corporate Yields So Negative Even He Can’t Buy Them

You can’t make this stuff up. (Bloomberg) — The European Central Bank is starting to price itself out of the corporate-bond market as yields plumb such lows that some notes are no longer eligible for its purchase program. The post ECB’s Draghi Sends Corporate Yields So Negative Even He Can’t Buy Them was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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