Banks in Europe, China act to stave off recession

Banks in Europe, China act to stave off recession

Berlin : Germany | Jul 06, 2012 at 12:40 AM PDT
Source: Chandler Republic
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Central banks around the world took major steps Thursday to stave off fears of a global recession, with the European Central Bank slashing interest rates, China unexpectedly cutting bank lending rates and the Bank of England pumping billions of pounds into Britain's stimulus program. FULL ARTICLE AT Chandler Republic
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