ECB's capacity to hike rates depends on antifragmentation tool

Friday 15 July 2022

Cross Asset, FR, EN

The ECB is determined to tighten its monetary policy in the face of record high inflation levels. However, it is addressing that risk by cooling inflation down or pushing the economy into recession or triggering a spike in peripheral debt borrowing costs, as in 2012. The markets are already sounding the alarm about what may lie ahead. Italian government bond yields jumped past 4% this month for the first time since 2014 as investors are concerned about the ECB’s first step in normalising its monetary policy.

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