Saving the euro: ECB starts the fight

The first moves in today’s concerted bid to save the euro and pull the eurozone out of endless crisis mode kicked off in Frankfurt this lunchtime but will later move to Brussels.

8th December, 2011
Saving the euro: ECB starts the fight
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The first moves in today’s concerted bid to save the euro and pull the eurozone out of endless crisis mode kicked off in Frankfurt this lunchtime but will later move to Brussels.

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi coupled an interest rate cut with a pledge to offer banks unlimited cash(http://www.businesspost.ie/#!article/19410615-5218-4ee0-c141-9adaf7015773) for three years as officials try to head off a looming recession and leaders meet in Brussels(http://www.businesspost.ie/#!article/19410615-5218-4ee0-8529-ba3797956105) to hammer out a solution...

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