Several ECB members wanted 11 Oct rate cut: Report

GERMANY - Several members of the European Central Bank's governing council wanted to cut interest rates at its 11 October meeting in Vienna, according to a report to be published late Monday in French daily Le Monde.

In an advance copy of an article to appear in Tuesday's edition, which hits newsstands late Monday, Le Monde reported that Austria's central bank governor, Klaus Liebscher, had pressed for a rate cut at the meeting nearly three weeks ago.

Spokespeople at the ECB weren't immediately

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