ECB Keeps Rates On Hold, Cuts Down On Meetings - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The European Central Bank is taking a leaf out of the Federal Reserve's book and will, starting next year, set monetary policy every six weeks instead of every month as well as publish minutes to its deliberations. After the bank decided to keep its interest rates on hold Thursday, ECB President Mario Draghi told a press briefing the new timetable for meetings was not a sign that the bank's job in getting the 18-country eurozone back on track was done.



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