ECB action, hit by Trump as 'hurting U.S. exports,' ups pressure on Fed


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The European Central Bank's move to cut interest rates and restart a larger stimulus program drew fast reaction from the White House on Thursday, with President Donald Trump saying the ECB was undercutting the value of its currency and "hurting U.S. exports."
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