ECB Preview: The beginning of the end of QE and the extension of the euro rally


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The ECB is moving slowly but the economy's growth has accelerated. Does the economy still need intensive care? The ECB buys 60 billion euros per month and the program lasts until the end of the year. In this meeting, we might hear a more optimistic assessment, paving the way for a bigger one in September. Can the euro continue higher?

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