ECB holds rates at record low

Feb 06, 2014, 10:40 AM EST
Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, (ECB) addresses a press conference following the meeting of the Governing Council in Frankfurt am Main, central Germany, on November 7, 201
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European Central Bank left interest rates at a record low on Thursday but said it remained ready to act, acknowledging that emerging market turbulence could hit the euro zone. Risks to the currency bloc's economy remain skewed to the downside, ECB President Mario Draghi said after interest rates were held at 0.25%, and inflation would be low for a protracted period.
ECB holds rates at record low, puts focus on March [Reuters] 
ECB Resists Call to Take Action [WSJ]
Introductory statement to the press conference [ECB]