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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The head of the European Central Bank says global political events like Brexit and turbulent election campaigns in Europe pose increasing risks for the economy.
Nineteen of the members are the heads of central banks from the member countries — several of which need the stimulus far more than Germany.
The bank made some tweaks to its policy statement, dropping wording that said it “stood ready” to use its powers to apply more stimulus.
And Britain is due to start its official divorce talks with the European Union within weeks.
He said underlying inflation across the region is still too weak for the bank to start the process of withdrawing its monetary stimulus efforts.
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