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ECB did not 'discuss rate cuts': Lagarde

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European Central Bank governors did not "discuss rate cuts at all" at their meeting on Thursday, president Christine Lagarde says, as the institution freezes borrowing costs again. "We did not discuss rate cuts at all. No discussion or debate on this issue." Lagarde tells a press conference, as the central bank seeks to douse growing market hopes of early drops in interest rates next year. SOUNDBITE

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