Rates were kept unchanged while inflation projections were slightly modified, as expected
In an unexpected move, the ECB Governing Council (GC) decided to cut the main policy rate by 0.25% to 0.25%, a historic low, at yesterday´s monetary policy meeting
Rates were kept unchanged, yet a rate cut was discussed
As expected, at todays monetary policy meeting the ECB left the key policy rate unchanged at 0.5% and took no additional steps on non-standard liquidity measures.
As expected, at today´s monetary policy meeting the ECB left the key policy rate unchanged at 0.5% and took no additional steps on non-standard liquidity measures
The GC explicitly said that key ECB interest rates (are) to remain at present or lower levels for an extended period.
The ECB keeps rates. The prevailing consensus was that changes to the outlook were not enough to grant any immediate action
- Recent economic data disappoint, a worryingly gloomy outlook at the start of 2Q13 is spreading.- Dovish comments from ECB´s Governing Council members hint to a rate cut.
At todays meeting, the ECB left interest rates unchanged at 0.75%, as widely expected, and also signalled that other measures would be implemented if the situation worsens.
As expected, the ECB Governing Council (GC) left the key policy rate unchanged at 0.75%.
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