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Draghi complains about euro strength – euro ignores and rises – live

All eyes are on Mario Draghi. Will he lay out the beginning of the end of the QE program? Speculation has been rife about the possibilities and the attempts he might make to talk down the euro. Preivew: ECB Preview: Low expectations could send the euro shooting higher Highlights We will make a decision in […]

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ECB leaves policy unchanged – EUR/USD holds high ground

The European Central Bank left its policy unchanged. In the accompanying short statement, they maintained their usual phrase about QE: it will continue through 2017 or beyond if necessary. The main lending rate remains at 0% and the deposit rate at -0.40%. No changes were expected to rates. EUR/USD holds onto the levels it climbed […]

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EUR/USD: 5 Reasons Why Draghi Won’t Likley Talk Down EUR In A Meaningful Way – ANZ

The European Central Bank is about to make its decision and it seems that the euro cannot wait. EUR/USD is advancing towards 1.20. Can it continue higher? Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: ANZ FX Strategy Research argues that that there are 5 reasons to be skeptical that President Draghi will address euro strength head-on in […]

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EUR: The ECB Poses ‘2-Way’ Risks For EUR/USD On Thursday – Barclays

The European Central Bank’s meeting is getting closer and the tension is felt in euro/dollar. Here is the view from Barclays: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: Barclays Capital FX Strategy Research argues that the ECB meeting on Thursday poses ‘two-way’ risks for EUR/USD. “We expect that the ECB will leave its policy settings […]

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ECB Preview: Low expectations could send the euro shooting higher

The European Central Bank does not like the strength of the euro. We know that already from the previous rate decision. President Mario Draghi tried to sound dovish but failed to convince markets. It does not mean that they are giving up. Further “sources,” say that the highly-anticipated decision about QE tapering could wait until […]

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