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Пандемията може да изтрие повече богатство, отколкото финансовата криза

Зависимостта от пазарите поставя най-богатите в риск, ако последствията от коронавируса продължат още години

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Богатството ще се изтрие от Печатането на пари от централните банки, не от пандемията. ВИжте по-долу:
Banks vindicate ECB's rate cut with biggest-ever liquidity operation
The European Central Bank carried out its biggest ever single injection of liquidity into the eurozone’s money markets, in an apparent vindication of its move to push interest rates still further into negative territory last month.
Banks borrowed 1.308 trillion ($1.47 trillion) from the ECB’s latest Targeted Long-Term Refinancing Operation, or TLTRO, the first to offer a rate as low as -1% for banks that meet the ECB’s lending criteria (which means nearly all of them). After netting out money that is being shifted from other outstanding ECB loans this week, it still adds up to a liquidity injection of 548 billion euros.
The high demand implies that the lower rate isn’t as destructive as some had feared with regard to bank profitability. Pictet Wealth Management economist Frederik Ducrozet said it will result in a net transfer of 15 billion euros to the participating banks. The euro was little changed at $1.1248, while sovereign bond spreads tightened modestly