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ECB and U.S. Jobs Data: Outlook- September 28, 2014

ECB and U.S. Jobs Data: Outlook- September 28, 2014

5 Years ago | September 28, 2014 00:00:00



More ECB Ease in Store?
The ECB meeting on Thursday will be a major focus of the new week. Comments by President Draghi earlier in the week were behind a sharp decline in the EURUSD as Draghi indicated that the ECB was prepared to do more for the Eurozone economy if needed. His statement came on the heels of weaker than expected German IFO data. The recent weakening of the German economy is thought likely to lessen German opposition to additional economic stimulus. The focus is on quantitative ease with Draghi already having taken interest rate cuts off the table.

I am looking for either new action by the ECB or guidance on future actions. I feel the ECB would like to see the EURUSD fall further. EURUSD is b

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