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President Mario Draghi will go his whole tenure at the helm of the European Central Bank without ever having raised interest rates, money market pricing suggests.At the end of Draghi's term in two year's time, that difference is just 2 basis points, equating to a 20 percent chance of a 10 basis point rise in the ECB's deposit rate – the minimum it is likely to hike.The ECB last raised rates in 2011, under former President Jean-Claude Trichet, to pre-empt what turned out to be a phantom threat of inflation.BoJ ratesetters tend to serve for a shorter five-year term compared to eight at the ECB and 10 at the BoE.
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