Mario Draghi, ECB head, promised yesterday that the ECB would revisit its policy stance in March, which was welcomed by the markets, after keeping key interest rates unchanged at its first policy meeting of 2016. The ECB’s limited moves in December last year to kick-start inflation in the eurozone had been perceived as disappointing. Mr Draghi said the ECB was "determined" to do everything in its power to steer eurozone inflation back up towards its declared target of close to, but just under, 2% and there were "no limits" as to how far it is prepared to go in that respect.