Citing two sources familiar with the matter, Reuters claimed that some ECB policymakers wanted President Draghi to adopt a more cautious tone on the economy.
"A minority of participants at Thursday's Governing Council meeting emphasised that debt markets were becoming more nervous and advocated taking a more pessimistic stance by saying risks were "tilted to the downside", sources told Reuters.
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