ECB paper examines eurozone bond financing

European Central Bank

Research published by the European Central Bank looks at the financial stability implications of the recent increase in bond financing in the eurozone.

In the working paper, Olivier Darmouni and Melina Papoutsi present what they call “the first comprehensive study” of the subject. The authors have compiled a large dataset on bonds issued by both public and private eurozone firms over the last two decades.

In that time, the aggregate amount of bond financing used by eurozone firms has grown

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