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Eurozone | 13 Sept 2019 The ECB Fires Both Barrels It Won't Stop Until CPI is at 2%
The ECB disappointed slightly on the big headlines in yesterday's policy announcements, but it delivered shock and awe with the details

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13 Sept 2019 The ECB Fires Both Barrels It Won't Stop Until CPI is at 2%

By Claus Vistesen

The ECB disappointed slightly on the big headlines in yesterday's policy announcements, but it delivered shock and awe with the details

Posted: 13th Sep 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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