Last week, European stock platforms found themselves in the red again. On the whole, expanded incentives of the European Central Bank (ECB), which were announced by ECB President Mario Draghi, did not make it up to the expectations of investors. On Thursday, 3 December, the ECB lowered the deposit rate to a new record-low, at -0.3%, as well as extended the quantitative easing (QE) program for another six months, to March 2017, which should now include regional bonds of the euro-area countries. Apparently, investors expected larger-scale changes.
Отримати на e-mail
Перевірте e-mail Дякуємо за Вашу цікавість!