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(RPT) MNI INTERVIEW: ECB Could Hike Past February - Kazaks

(MNI) LONDON

The ECB could hike more than indicated by Christina Lagarde, the head of the Bank of Latvia says.

(Repeats story first published on Sep 14)

The European Central Bank may have to continue raising interest rates beyond February, longer than indicated by President Christine Lagarde, in order to bring inflation back to its 2% target, Bank of Latvia Governor Martins Kazaks told MNI.

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(Repeats story first published on Sep 14)

The European Central Bank may have to continue raising interest rates beyond February, longer than indicated by President Christine Lagarde, in order to bring inflation back to its 2% target, Bank of Latvia Governor Martins Kazaks told MNI.

Keep reading...Show less