The European Central Bank is expected to hold fire on interest rates and other policy moves on Thursday as it takes stock of the market impact of its latest anti-crisis plans, analysts say.
File picture showing the Euro sign outside the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt. The European Central Bank is expected to hold fire on interest rates and other policy moves as it takes stock of the market impact of its latest anti-crisis plans.
Convening for its monthly policy meeting at Brdo castle outside the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, rather than the usual venue of the ECB's Eurotower headquarters in Frankfurt, the bank's decision-making governing council is widely expected to keep its key rate at the current historic low of 0.75 percent, analysts predict.
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