The minutes of the September meeting of the European Central Bank, published on Thursday, showed that the regulator did not intend to change its monetary policy, despite the risks associated with tensions in world trade, which could cause a further slowdown in eurozone GDP growth, Reuters wrote. According to the ECB, these risks remain balanced. The eurozone economy remains stable, which suggests that the risks of its recession will be mitigated. According to the ECB chief economist, Peter Praet, stable indicators indicate the sustainability of economic activity.
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