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Fed Chair Janet Yellen's signalling that tighter credit markets, volatile financial markets and uncertainty over China have all raised risks to the U.S. economy will chip away at any lingering expectations ...
Much of the fossil industry will go into slow run-off while the new plutocrats will be masters of post-carbon technology
PARIS/LONDON, Nov 6 (Reuters) - European shares pared early losses and ended higher on Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank's governing council was unanimous in its commitment to using additional unconventional measures if needed. Draghi said the ECB aims to increase the size of its balance sheet towards the levels of 2012, repeating language that had annoyed some policymakers. The bankers are particularly angered that Draghi effectively set a target for increasing the ECB's balance sheet immediately after the policy-making governing council explicitly agreed not to make any figure public, the sources said. Weak economic data over the past few months have knocked back European stock markets from peak levels reached earlier in the year, putting pressure on the ECB to unveil fresh measures to support growth.