Eurozone prepares for interest rate cut
The European Central Bank has hinted it could cut interest rates to tackle a slowdown in the eurozone economy. It said a weak manufacturing sector and uncertainty about Brexit and trade threatened to derail growth in the bloc. The ECB, which kept interest rates on hold on Thursday, said it saw rates at present or lower levels until mid-2020. It is also considering other measures to support the eurozone, including resuming quantitative easing.