Draghi's Own Words on Economy, Inflation, Rates
March 7 (Bloomberg) -- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi talks about the decision to leave the benchmark interest rate at 0.75 percent, the euro-zone economy and small and medium enterprise funding needs. Draghi, speaking in Frankfurt at his monthly news conference, also discusses inflation expectations. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg/European Central Bank)
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