ECB will consider dropping market neutrality – Lagarde

Christine Lagarde
Photo: ECB

The European Central Bank will look at whether its asset purchase programmes should abandon market neutrality, president Christine Lagarde said on October 14.

In a bid to foster the transition towards a greener economic model, the ECB will analyse these modifications during the strategy review of its monetary policy framework.

“In the face of what I call market failures, we have to ask ourselves whether market neutrality should be the actual principle that drives our monetary policy portfolio

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