Give Euro Notes Time to Settle In
Despite cutting interest rates by half a percent, to 3.25%, on Nov. 8, the European Central Bank is still being criticized for not doing enough to fight Europe's economic slowdown. But for the next couple of months, it's going to be difficult to tell whether more interest-rate cuts are really needed.
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