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No big changes are expected from the European Central Bank when it meets Thursday, but a bit of tweaking may be on the cards.The Sept. 7 meeting will include new inflation and growth forecasts by the ECB's own staff.Current forecasts suggest inflation will remain weak at least until the end of 2019 .Analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said the ECB would increasingly have to distinguish between extraordinary stimulus and regular interest rate policy in its communications, emphasizing waning deflation risks to justify winding down its asset purchases but keeping rates low to reflect weak inflation.
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