- ECB QE Monitor - September 2021
ECB QE Monitor - September 2021
Tuesday 21 September 2021
Research / Market
ECB PEPP & APP: slowdown in the pace of purchases, in line with the seasonal activity.
- Purchases amounted to €65 billion in August compared to € 88 billion in July, bringing the total purchases under PEPP to €1,337 billion out of an envelope of €1,850 billion usable until the end of March 2022.
- The PEPP remains heavily oriented towards the public sector. No granular details for PEPP were available at this release as the ECB will only publish details of PEPP on a bimonthly basis and the next one will be in early October.
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