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ECB hikes rates by 75 basis points and announces new terms for European banks

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The European Central Bank announced another massive interest rate increase on Thursday. The move risks further crushing the euro-area economy, which is already feared to be on the brink of a recession. Inflation in the eurozone hit 9.9% in September compared to a year ago, driven by higher energy costs.
Published 3 months ago · Frankfurt, Germany

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