The European Central Bank decided Wednesday to leave its stopgap credit lifeline for Greece unchanged, said a source close to the decision who asked not to be identified.
The Frankfurt-based bank had a week earlier boosted its Emergency Liquidity Assistance for Greece's struggling banks by 900 million euros ($981 million), Bloomberg News reported, but on Wednesday declined comment.
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