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Déjà vu for Draghi as ECB debates if more stimulus is needed

Emerging-market slowdown and low inflation may force him to commit to further easing

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GETTING A MOVE ON: The 19-nation eurozone economy probably expanded 0.4 per cent in the third quarter, economists in a Bloomberg survey said before data due on Friday.
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MR DRAGHI: 'We are faced with a situation where the price dynamics are very weak, the macroeconomic environment is still uncertain.'

Zurich

MARIO Draghi can't catch a break. After overcoming a recession, Greece's debt crisis and a damaged financial system, the European Central Bank (ECB) president should be celebrating a slowly improving economy. Instead, an emerging-market slowdown is threatening the outlook and