ECB expected to cut rates and restart QE to boost inflation

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The European Central Bank is widely expected to deliver a new stimulus package in a bid to boost inflation at its policy meeting on September 12.

President Mario Draghi is likely to announce a rate cut and the resumption of net asset purchases, analysts tell Central Banking.

This decision may very well be Draghi’s last meaningful policy announcement in his eventful eight-year term. On November 1, Christine Lagarde is due to replace him at the ECB’s helm.

However, several members of the

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