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In case you missed it cos there's no time for normal current events these days.

The ECB cut interest rates for the first time in three years, from -.4 to -.5 %. Resumed the quantitative easing programme it suspended in 2018, planning to spend €20 billion a month buying bonds from 1 Nov. Saying rates won’t rise until eurozone inflation reaches ‘close to, but below, 2%’; it’s currently 1%. It followed news that German ind output was 5% lower this Jul than same month last year.

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