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Brussels — European Central Bank (ECB) president Christine Lagarde has said the institution isn’t discussing the phasing out of its emergency bond-buying even as it sees signs that the economy is starting to shake off the coronavirus pandemic.

While noting that medium-term risks for the economy are balanced, she pushed back against any suggestion the ECB is thinking about scaling back stimulus, describing the idea as “premature.”..

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