Bloomberg is out with the latest headlines, citing that the European Central Bank (ECB) is said to slightly lower projections for economic growth.
ECB technical committee is said to see downside risks to growth.
ECB growth revisions are said to reflect weaker external demand.
ECB is said to keep inflation outlook unchanged.
The ECB publishes the staff economic projections at its monetary policy meeting due tomorrow.
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