EU Quantitative Easing is not achieving results as expected

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The recent changes in the EU stock markets testify to the fact that the long-awaited monetary policy of the European Central Bank is not bringing results as previously anticipated. Contrary to general expectations, profitability of the EU members state bonds are promptly growing. It is worth noting that profit in France and Germany’s state bonds have been increasing now for the last 10 days in a row.
A number of experts declare that the effect from the QE program is completely settled as the European Central Bank’s monetary policy leads to serious financial risks for the Eurozone.
Among the key negative factors which caused the ‘opposite effect’ from the European QE in a bond market, analysts point out the liquidity reduction, especially for Japan and the USA which historically have been the main players on financial platforms globally.
William Hunt Gross, a renowned financial expert from the USA and a so-called ‘guru of a bond market’ claims that even the American market makers are currently experiencing difficulties with liquidity