“The ECB meeting on Thursday should give some insight into how the ECB sees the early prepayment of LTRO money. Is it a sign of normalisation or a premature de facto monetary policy tightening? We think that there is some truth to both stories but that the ECB will primarily stick to the first story. We expect the ECB to keep rates unchanged until early 2015”, they concluded.
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