ECB to maintain exit focus after Fed stimulus push – Reuters UK


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ECB to maintain exit focus after Fed stimulus push
Reuters UK
Despite the rise in headline euro zone inflation to 1.9 percent last month, the ECB is seen sticking to the view price pressure are contained and remain
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Analysis: Euro to stay strong vs dollar as policies diverge – Reuters

Analysts say relative euro zone and U.S. interest rate differentials will remain the driver of the euro in coming months, overshadowing peripheral worries and the potentially harmful impact on the euro zone economy of a higher euro. “The only way we will …

UPDATE 1-ECB’s Nowotny sees no deflation in euro zone – Reuters

Oct 11 (Reuters) – European Central Bank Governing Council Member Ewald Nowotny said on Monday the euro zone faces neither inflationary … would make sense if this means we could avoid abrupt changes in exchange rate relationships. I think that there are …

Currencies and Metals Outlook for October 8, 2010 – Inside Futures

Currencies and Metals Outlook for October 8, 2010
Inside Futures
which strengthened the euro when he said the Euro-Zone economy is stronger than expected and that exchange rates should reflect economic fundamentals.
Futures Outlook – October 8, 2010Inside Futures

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FOREX-Euro hits 5-mth high vs dollar after ECB tender – Reuters

ID:nLDE68T13O] This pushed euro zone interest rate futures <0#FEI:> lower, equating to an increase in rate expectations. “The euro started going down on the Ireland news, but it did not go far enough under $1.36 to be sustained,” said Kit Juckes,

Euro Zone Sees Improvement in Business Lending – New York Times

when the rate of decline was 1.4 percent. Compared with figures for July, loans to companies grew 0.4 percent in the euro zone during August. Loans to individuals continued to grow at a much faster pace than business lending, rising at an annual rate of 2 …