The European Central Bank brushed off calls to lower eurozone interest rates, but repeated that it was ready to join in a concerted move to stabilise global financial markets.
At the same time, in an unusual move, the US Federal Reserve said it was making $50bn available to support the European banking system.
The Fed offer was the largest in a number
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