ECB 'doesn't rule out more quantitative easing'

'Don't repeat past mistakes,' Draghi warns

(ANSA) - Washington, April 11 - The European Central Bank does not rule out more quantitative easing to help banks release credit to squeezed firms but has to be on guard against deflation as unemployment continues to rise, ECB President Mario Draghi said at the International Monetary Fund's spring summit.
    Draghi warned against "resting on one's laurels" or "repeating the mistakes of the past".
    The ECB has launched a huge bond-buying programme to help struggling eurozone economies back onto the growth path.
   

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