The Yield Repercussions If Trump Effect Is a Mirage

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Nov.25 -- The European Central Bank may have room to put off some decisions on the future of its bond-buying program until early next year, according to euro-area officials familiar with the matter. While the Governing Council may yet come up with a fully-fledged stimulus package next month, the divisions highlight the challenges facing officials. They must weigh the dependence of the euro area’s recovery on cheap finance, especially as geopolitical risks mount, and how long they can sustain QE before running out of debt to buy. UBS Head of Thematic Equity Strategy Karen Olney discusses with Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."