But if the wild swings of bond yields yesterday, which saw German 10-year bonds yields hit their highest levels since January, are anything to go by, then the bank’s decision to “taper” its purchasing, by cutting levels to €60 billion each month, was not widely expected.
The decision, in particular, seemed to erase the euro’s gains from earlier in the week.
While the tapering gave markets the first sense...
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