By  on June 5, 2014

Wall Street rallied today after the Mario Draghi-led European Central Bank pushed a key interest rate into negative territory to kick start the region’s recovery. 

The central bank changed the bank deposit interest rate to a negative 0.1 percent, which is intended to spur lending and ward off a deflationary price spiral.

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