The European Central Bank held interest rates steady on Thursday at 50-year lows of 2.00 percent as expected, given calm inflation and early signs of a sluggish economic recovery.
The decision hands to the next ECB leader, Bank of France Governor Jean-Claude Trichet who takes the helm on November 1, the task of helping to g
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