Natixis makes the case for ECB purchases of government bonds, on Central

The debate around ECB monetary policy is a persistent one, with many analysts remaining split over whether or not the central bank should take a more deliberate interventionist policy. Writing for Central Banking, Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, takes the view that – in the likelihood of further deterioration in the financial markets – the ECB should be able to intervene in the eurozone government bond markets without any danger, but only if certain conditions are met first.

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