The euro jumped in early afternoon trading after the European Central Bank (ECB) removed commitments to increase its bond-buying programme but reaffirmed its loose monetary policy conditions by keeping interest rates unchanged.
Seen as a small step towards normalisation from the ECB's governing council after stimulus measures were implemented during the eurozone crisis, the Bank removed a paragraph featured in previous monetary...
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