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European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde speaks at a press conference following the bank's recent monetary policy decision.
The ECB left interest rates unchanged on Thursday and held back to add new monetary stimulus. At its last meeting in June, the central bank expanded its emergency pandemic buying program by € 600 billion to € 1.35 trillion to support the eurozone economy in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
But since that decision, a number of Hawkish policy makers in the region have questioned whether full incentive is needed if the economy recovers faster than expected. Analysts have suggested that the pandemic program may "rejuvenate" somewhat in the future.
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