July 3, 2018 / 1:58 PM / 4 months ago

Bce, netto calo acquisti settimanali titoli settore pubblico in Qe, sotto un mld

FRANKFURT, July 3 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank bought a net 0.847
billion euros ($0.73 billion) of public sector assets last week as part of its
quantitative easing programme, below the 8.227 billion euros it purchased a week
earlier, it said on Tuesday.
    
    
The following table details the ECB’s purchases in the Public Sector Purchase
Programme (PSPP), Asset Backed Securities Programme (ABS), Corporate Sector
Purchase Programme (CSPP) and Covered Bond Purchase Programme 3 over the past
eight weeks. The total represents the purchases in the four purchase programmes.


All figures are in billions of euros.


Reference Date     PSPP       ABS    Covered bonds        CSPP       Total
Jun 29            0.847     0.003            0.192       1.794       2.836
Jun 22            8.227    -0.163           -0.145       0.946       8.865
Jun 15            3.141     0.125           -0.258       1.217       4.225
Jun 8             8.223     0.071            0.082       1.024       9.400
Jun 1             3.415     0.172            1.254       1.386       6.227
May 25            3.628    -0.187           -0.462       0.852       3.831
May 18            3.382     0.279            0.489       1.159       5.309
May 11            7.893     0.014            0.687       1.044       9.638
May 4             1.290     0.019            0.562       0.939       2.810

($1 = 1.1646 euros)


The figures are calculated by subtracting holdings from the previous week’s
level and are not corrected for end-of-the-quarter amortization.
For more detail on the ECB's asset purchases, please click: here

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