Mersch says ECB will have to lift rates further

European Central Bank Governing Council member Yves Mersch said in an interview that eurozone interest rates will need to keep rising because of increased risks to price stability but that there was no fixed schedule.

"We will move away from the still accommodative monetary policy but will decide every month anew when and to what extend we do this," Mersch told AFX News' German partner agency dpa-AFX in an interview.

"We have no fixed roadmap. We do not commit ourselves in advance to any

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