FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Key Euribor bank-to-bank lending rates eased about Thursday, having risen inside the past session because earlier comments from a clutch of European Central Bank policymakers played down possibilities of another ECB rate cut. Joerg Asmussen, a associate of the ECB's Executive Board, mentioned last week he will be "very reluctant" regarding the ECB cutting its deposit rate – today at zero – any further, adding which "our (monetary) plan is surprisingly accommodative". Another board associate, Yves Mersch, mentioned he didn’t see the logic of the debate regarding the ECB cutting its principal rate from a record low of 0. …
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