Expanding Quantitative Easing could see the European Central Bank owning up to 25% of the 7 trillion euro government bond market, analysts estimate, exacerbating worries about bond scarcity and thin market conditions.
The European Central Bank delved deep into its remaining arsenal of stimulus options on Thursday, cutting all three of its interest rates and expanding asset-buying to boost the economy and prevent ultra-low inflation becoming entrenched.
After massively disappointing traders’ high hopes back in December, “Super” Mario Draghi and company were not going to make the same mistake again.

QE for the people was actually proposed by Jeremy Corbyn last year in Britain last year, and it did not sit too well with, central bankers.

Ray Dalio, founder of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, says the next big monetary and fiscal move should include an airdrop of money from helicopters to stimulate the U.S. economy.
There is firm support for a deposit rate cut within the European Central Bank's Governing Council but appetite for more radical action is still limited, conversations with policymakers indicate a month before the March rate decision.

Author's Note: The full analysis was originally published on Rohr-Blog.com Tuesday evening in anticipation of equities potential problems if Fed Chair Yellen did not change her tune from

Markets are mostly – wait for it – quiet in between holiday trade as the sun rises on another trading day in North America.

That is indeed the question when it comes to a potential interest rate hike next week.