The European Central Bank is under pressure to boost the eurozone economy following data this week indicating that inflation in January was weaker than initially estimated. According to reports, the "downward revision... reinforces belief that the ECB will deliver more stimulus at its 10 March policy meeting". A long series of policy moves by the ECB over the past 18 months has failed to bring low inflation back up to levels it considers conducive to healthy economic growth. ECB president Mario Draghi last month said the bank was "determined" to do everything in its power to steer eurozone inflation higher.