The European Central Bank (ECB) rolled out a new website on July 10, building on the template used in the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) website launched in November.
It is notable for its use of large images, graphs and statistics, and sparing use of text on the homepage – part of a wider trend among central banks to make their websites more accessible.
From this main page, users can view the latest interest rates and exchange rates (against the dollar, yen, pound and Swiss franc) as well a
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