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Draghi Stays Calm on Stimulus as Dutch Warn of Risks With Tulip

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Mario Draghi.

Mario Draghi.

Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg
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Mario Draghi kept his cool in the Netherlands -- at least on monetary policy.

Repeatedly pressed by Dutch lawmakers to say when he’ll start winding down euro-area monetary stimulus, the European Central Bank president replied that it’s still too soon to consider, despite a “firming, broad-based upswing” in the economy.