ECB's Villeroy: We Should Expect More Bond Volatility, Renewed Increases Would Be Another Reason Not To Hike Rates
ECB's Villeroy: We Should Expect More Bond Volatility, Renewed Increases Would Be Another Reason Not To Hike Rates— LiveSquawk (@LiveSquawk) November 20, 2023
ECB'S VILLEROY: WE WILL HAVE TO DISCONTINUE OUR PEPP REINVESTMENTS IN DUE TIME, AND POSSIBLY EARLIER THAN END 2024— First Squawk (@FirstSquawk) November 20, 2023
ECB's Villeroy: On Our Inflation Target, I Am Not Fixated On 2.0% To The Nearest Decimal Place— LiveSquawk (@LiveSquawk) November 20, 2023
ECB'S VILLEROY: I SEE RATES PLATEAUING FOR AT LEAST THE NEXT SEVERAL MEETINGS AND THE NEXT FEW QUARTERS.— Breaking Market News (@financialjuice) November 20, 2023
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