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ECB May Keep Unlimited Liquidity, Hint on Bond Buys

The European Central Bank is expected to keep unlimited liquidity operations in place for longer with the euro zone debt crisis raging unabated, but is unlikely to announce mass new bond purchases on Thursday.

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