The European Central Bank signalled on Thursday it planned no further interest rate cuts as euro zone prospects improved, but said subdued inflation meant it would continue to pump more stimulus into the region’s economy. As David Pollard reports, the mixed message kept markets guessing, but ultimately drove the euro downwards.
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