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Encouraged by healthier growth in the eurozone economy, European Central Bank chiefs are more confident about winding down their mass bond-buying program from early next year, minutes of last month's meeting showed.Earlier this week, ECB chief economist Peter Praet seemed to take a more cautious stance, saying the bank may take a longer path to the end of its mass bond-buying scheme than observers expect as it confronts stubbornly low inflationThe ECB has set interest rates at historic lows and buys 60 billion euros ($70.5 billion) of bonds per month in its attempt to boost price growth – for a total today of more than 2.0 trillion euros.Observers long expected the ECB to follow the example of the US Federal Reserve and lay out a detailed scheduled for reducing bond purchases step-by-step from January.
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