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ECB revises its meeting schedules, introduces voting rotation system

Council to met every 6 weeks instead of monthly; changes for more open communication and less frequent decisions

The ECB will, for the first time, publish accounts of its monetary-policy meetings, as is done by the central banks of the US, the UK and Japan.


THE European Central Bank (ECB) was originally scheduled to announce its first monetary-policy decision of 2015 on Thursday, followed by president Mario Draghi's regular press conference. Instead, it's embarking on a new era of less frequent decisions and more transparent