ECB prepares tactical retreat in battle over monetary policy

  • 15 Nov 2002
The European Central Bank (ECB) this week began preparing the way for an interest rate cut at its next meeting on December 5, surrendering ground in its battle to pressure the euro zone's politicians into adhering to the growth and stability pact. Bundesbank president Ernst Welteke on Wednesday ...

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