Lack of confidence shouldn't slow eurozone-Vanhala
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Finland's central bank governor said on Feb. 1 he hoped "reasons of confidence and psychology" would not slow euro zone growth more than real economic conditions justify. Matti Vanhala was speaking after the European Central Bank's governing council, of which he is a member, decided to keep key interest rates in the 12-country bloc unchanged. Vanhala told a news conference by videolink from Frankfurt that he hoped financial markets would not trigger an excessive sudden slowdown in consumption
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