Granular information on outstanding amounts per programme is also published on the ECB website only. The statistics are published on the ECB website and in the Statistical Data Warehouse at weekly intervals on the first business day of each week, except in the case of ECB holidays when publication will follow on the subsequent working day. The data refer to each day of the previous week. STEP statistics aim at providing a timely and transparent overview of the short-term European papers STEP market and are based on data provided by securities settlement systems, central banks or issuers and paying agents. STEP statistics encompass aggregated volumes and prices collected on a security-by-security basis as well as individual outstanding amounts published on the ECB website only. Volume statistics cover both categories outstanding amounts and new issues.
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The European Commission is failing. Its response to Brexit and the pandemic, where it is now threatening emergency powers in order to secure vaccines is a latest throw of the political dice. Even before this development markets were getting the message with capital flight worsening. The only thing that holds the Commission together is the magic money tree that is the ECB. It is already juggling with overindebted member states, a global rise in bond yields, a rotten settlement system and commercial banks both over-leveraged and with mounting pandemic-related bad debts.
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Short-term European paper STEP is a short-term financing instrument and investment tool , and also a tool for the European Union to align the market standards and practices to promote the integration of the European market. As a short-term financial instrument, Short-Term European Paper could be issued by Treasury, banks, funds and so on, with a minimum amount of EUR , It is normally issued at a discount price, which is lower than face value, and matured within a year.
Eurocommercial paper ECP is a form of unsecured, short-term loan that is issued by a bank or corporation in the international money market. Notably, ECPs are denominated in a currency that is different from the domestic currency of the market where the paper— debt security , or bond —is issued. Note that the "euro" prefix does not imply that these debt instruments are denominated in euros. To tap into the international money markets, corporations may issue eurocommercial paper to raise capital. As with other commercial papers , eurocommercial papers are rarely issued for a term longer than a year.