ECB’s bond-buying plan

The European Central Bank has pledged to continue its €60bn-a-month bond buying programme for another six months until March 2017 “or beyond” in a programme of QE aimed at revitalising the eurozone economy and countering deflation

Smaller bond sales are on the rise

Dominant pattern of trading may be coming to an end

European share buybacks wait on QE boost

A key driver of stock repurchasing is earnings strength

Germany should keep its hands off the ECB

Schäuble’s campaign is wrong in principle and unwise in practice

ECB QE ignites euro corporate debt market

More than half of €2tn debt sector set to be excluded

Germany blames ECB for rise of AfD party

Politicians go on offensive against the central bank

ECB minutes reveal stimulus divisions

Concerns raised over auction incentives and corporate bonds

ECB doubts fuel German bonds rally

Yields slide as investors wary of central bank’s inflation goals

EU banks warn of risks of ultra-loose policy

Some institutions increase consumer lending to bolster margins

Eurozone corporate bond sales heat up

Banks and companies tap elevated demand ahead of ECB buying

ECB buoys US corporate bond prospects

Lower eurozone interest rates make US corporate debt more attractive to yield-hungry investors

Investors focus on central banks’ limits

QE ‘wealth effect’ has never had much consequence, give or take tantalising signs of growth in US

Concern, not panic, over global economy

Policymakers need to provide more stimulus where it is needed

ECB stimulus targets eurozone companies

Buying likely to focus on highly rated corporate debt

ECB easing aims to spur company debt sales

Policy’s success will depend on action in capital markets

ECB cuts rates to new low and lifts QE

Euro rises as Draghi plays down prospects of further easing

Euro rises as ECB triggers wild swings

Single currency plumbs a 6-week low, then rises to a 4-week high

Eurozone credit market rises on ECB policy

Central bank’s quantitative easing to include corporate bonds

Draghi and the ECB take on the naysayers

The central bank gives a boost to eurozone growth and inflation, writes Martin Sandbu

Draghi out to show he has right ammunition

ECB president must convince sceptics he can raise inflation

All eyes on Mario Draghi and ECB

Any central bank-induced rally could be shortlived as investors question the impact of negative rates

Draghi’s bazooka fails to turn eurozone tide

The ECB’s economic armoury is running low

Investors wary over hopes for ECB cuts

Markets show signs of monetary policy fatigue

How low can Draghi go to lift eurozone?

Stimulus package seen as near certainty when ECB chiefs meet

ECB’s greatest danger is to do nothing

The eurozone needs be given further monetary stimulus this week

European Central Bank must be much bolder

A debate about policy alternatives is needed, starting with a realisation that QE has failed

Weidmann renews attack on OMT

Bundesbank president appears at Germany’s Constitutional Court

Europe’s ‘recovery play’ fails to impress

Hopes fade that region’s markets would start to outshine the US

Draghi says ECB ‘will not hesitate to act’

Central bank president hints at further monetary stimulus

EU banks uneasy over deeper negative rates

Policy has pushed investors into bonds at expense of equities

ECB will not ‘surrender’ to low inflation

Draghi reinforces his case for action next month

Draghi puts case for another easing

ECB president says weak inflation justifies more action

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We are the QE generation

Unconventional monetary policy loosening may be with us for life, warns David Oakley

Draghi defends ECB monetary easing policy

Impact of strategy on economy substantial, says central bank chief

Draghi’s inflation targets miss the mark

The ECB keeps failing because it is not fully committed

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Dovish Draghi regains his poise

Markets still wary of ECB’s willingness to act decisively

Draghi hints at more stimulus in March

ECB chief’s comments spur equities rebound after rates kept on hold

ECB set to resist swift stimulus boost

Easing this week unlikely since last round was only 6 weeks ago

ECB policymakers pushed for more stimulus

Some on governing council sought deeper negative rates

Eurozone upside may surprise investors

Ultra-loose monetary policy and less stringent fiscal policy are a powerful combination

Economists doubt more ECB QE in 2016

FT poll shows nearly half think central bank will do nothing

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