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Euro Members Consider More Super-Long Borrowing as ECB Mulls Bond 'Twist'
LONDON (Reuters) - Belgium hopes to sell bonds with super long maturities soon, while bankers say several other euro zone governments and state-linked bodies may follow suit as the European Central Ba... read more
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Euro members consider more super-long borrowing as ECB mulls bond 'twist'
* Belgium plans 40, 50-year bond sales in near future- official * Other euro zone states looking into long-dated issuance -bankers * ECB "operation twist" style long-end buying a golden opportunity By ... read more
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