European Central Bank President Mario Draghi sees no need for further cuts to the institution’s benchmark rate amid “encouraging signs” that the euro crisis may be resolved, Der Spiegel reported, citing an interview.
“At the moment we see no immediate need to act” on the main refinancing rate, the magazine cited Draghi as saying. “The crisis isn’t over, but there are many encouraging signs.”
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