The ECB lowered rates by a bigger than expected fifty basis points four weeks ago, pushing them down to their lowest level since February 2000.
But the bank has reduced rates only four times this year unlike the ten cuts made by the US Federal Reserve and the seven by the Bank of England.
The ECB has not cut rate
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