However, Mr. Juckes adds: "That doesn't alter a view that the Euro will weaken to USD1.20 by the end of 2013 as EU/US economic divergence increases. A strong Euro may reflect trends in the currency's fundamental drivers, but it will increase economic divergence within Europe and force a horribly painful adjustment on less competitive economies."
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