* Overnight emergency ECB lending soars * Markets wait to see how long demand for cash lasts * Benchmark euro lending rates ease on excess liquidity By Kirsten Donovan LONDON, Feb 17 (Reuters) – Euro zone …
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Emergency overnight borrowing from the European Central Bank spiked to its highest level since June 2009, data showed on Thursday. Banks borrowed a total of 15.8 billion euros on Wednesday, the ECB said, up from 1.2 billion euros on Tuesday and 1.1 billion euros on Monday.
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