Ein bisschen was Neues gab es dann noch auf der PK nach dem EZB-Zinsentscheid.
Und zwar bereitet die EZB die Öffentlichkeit langsam auf den Beginn von Maßnahmen der quantitativen Lockerung vor:
"Looking ahead, we will monitor developments very closely and will consider all instruments available to us. We are resolute in our determination to maintain a high degree of monetary accommodation and to act swiftly if required. Hence, we do not exclude further monetary policy easing and we firmly reiterate that we continue to expect the key ECB interest rates to remain at present or lower levels for an extended period of time. This expectation is based on an overall subdued outlook for inflation extending into the medium term, given the broad-based weakness of the economy, the high degree of unutilised capacity and subdued money and credit creation. At the same time, we are closely following developments on money markets. The Governing Council is unanimous in its commitment to using also unconventional instruments within its mandate in order to cope effectively with risks of a too prolonged period of low inflation."
Die Bundesbank hat anscheinend ihre Opposition aufgegeben, weil auch ihr angesichts der niedrigen uns in den vergangenen Monaten deutlich sinkenen Inflationsraten mulmig wird.