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ECB won’t cut rates until June (at the earliest)

Next week’s ECB meeting looks set to be a fairly predictable one (famous last words…) in which policymakers leave interest rates unchanged and say they want more evidence that inflation is subsiding before cutting rates. The Bank will probably reduce its projections for GDP growth and headline inflation, but leave the more important core inflation forecast unchanged.

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