Central banks hold rates amid continued uncertain outlook

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The central banks of Hungary, Israel, Mexico, Nigeria and Thailand have all voted to maintain benchmark interest rates at current levels. All five central banks expressed concerns over the global economic outlook, while reports of domestic conditions showed greater variety.

The troubled eurozone remained a major source of uncertainty. The Bank of Israel said "there was an additional deterioration in economic developments in Europe this month", while the Bank of Thailand noted that "a

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