ECB Keeps Stimulus Unchanged Despite High Inflation

Malinda B. Edwards

FRANKFURT—The European Central Lender reported it would retain its large financial stimulus unchanged, delaying a determination on whether or not to section out straightforward funds in reaction to surging inflation as global supply-chain bottlenecks and shortages weigh on the region’s recovery.

Though the eurozone overall economy has developed briskly in current months as governments dialed back social limits, the region’s economic output is only anticipated to return to its pre-pandemic stage in early 2022, up to a calendar year later than the larger U.S. overall economy.

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