As Eurozone inflation slows to lowest rate in four years, ECB president expresses support for "both unconventional and conventional" responses.
By Corina Ruhe, Alessandro Speciale, and Stefan Riecher, Bloomberg|April 24, 2014 at 07:41 AM
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Mario Draghi said the European Central Bank (ECB) might start broad-based asset purchases if the inflation outlook worsens as he prepares the ground for one of the most radical policies in the ECB’s history.
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