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of monthly asset purchases unchanged at €80B. The introductory statement overall confirmed the central bank's dovish stance.

Eurozone Documents | 22 Apr. 2016 The ECB is Worried About Elevated Financial Market Volatility
The ECB held fire yesterday and kept its main refinancing and deposit rates unchanged at 0.0% and -0.4%, respectively. The central bank also left the pace of monthly asset purchases unchanged at €80B. The introductory statement overall confirmed the central bank's dovish stance.

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22 Apr. 2016 The ECB is Worried About Elevated Financial Market Volatility

By Claus Vistesen

The ECB held fire yesterday and kept its main refinancing and deposit rates unchanged at 0.0% and -0.4%, respectively. The central bank also left the pace of monthly asset purchases unchanged at €80B. The introductory statement overall confirmed the central bank's dovish stance.

Posted: 22nd Apr 2016 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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