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Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the global financial crisis, much of the industrialized world has yet to fully recover and this will be all too evident at the European Central Bank's policy meeting Thursday. With some key eurozone economies still not back to their pre-crisis size despite a decade of stimulus, the central bank is only rolling back support by the smallest of increments and ECB chief Mario Draghi will once again promise ample help for a long time to come to keep a recovery going.Still, Draghi is likely to argue that the eurozone's economy remains strong enough for the bloc to continue creating jobs, even if somewhat slower than thought just a few months ago.Meeting the same day, the Bank of England is all but certain to keep policy unchanged and may stay on the sidelines until Britain finally leaves the European Union, a landmark event that economists say could cause significant economic damage if the government fails to negotiate a deal to manage its exit.
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