The European Central Bank will retain an “accommodative” policy signaled the board member Benoit Coeure on Friday morning.
Coeure spoke to CNBC on the sidelines of the European House Ambrosetti Forum, the very day the Chinese-American tariff announcements were entering the third round. While European officials emphasise the resilience of the Eurozone's economy, there are concerns that the EU will not be able to remain in the sidelines.
In January the ECB signaled the gradual unwinding of the E...

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