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Draghi: Low rates aren’t going away anytime soon - Report

LONDON (MarketWatch)
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi goosed markets around the world Thursday when he said interest rates will remain low or go even lower for “an extended period of time.”
Traders across Europe, particularly in London, were in the buying mood even before Draghi’s dovish stance, thanks to a statement from the Bank of England that also served to ease fears of a reduction in stimulus
Market reaction was swift and pronounced
The Bank of England’s new governor, Mark Carney, issued a surprise statement after his first policy meeting, deflating expectations of an early increase in interest rates
“Euro-area economic activity should stabilize and recover in the course of the year, albeit at a subdued pace,” Draghi said
The risks surrounding the economic outlook for the euro area continue to be on the downside.”
The ECB kept its main lending rate at a record low 0.5%, as expected, That’s the same level it’s been at since it was cut from 0.75% back in May, which marked the first reduction in 10 months
Draghi’s job got trickier last month after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke signaled that the U.S. central bank could start tapping the brakes on monetary stimulus as soon as this year
Fears that tapering in the U.S. could further rattle the financially-stressed euro-zone countries were fanned this week by political upheaval in Lisbon that crushed Portuguese government bonds
Draghi remained mostly mum on the recent developments in Portugal, other than to say the country is “in safe hands” and that it has “achieved remarkable results”
For it’s part, the Bank of England, with Mark Carney at the helm, signaled it won’t be raising interest rates anytime soon, either
The bank said recovery is on track but “remains weak by historical standards and a degree of slack is expected to persist for some time.”
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