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No better time for an ECB flutter – here’s why

Tuesday, Apr 30, 2013 - 01:03

April 30 - As markets wait to hear from Mario Draghi, a look at the relationship between a weak German PMI reading and an ECB cut suggests the move could well come on Thursday.

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Some say a saucer on European rates -- bets on an ECB cannot looks increasingly promising. Is a complex looking -- the supports the theory you'll win map packs and explain. The Orange Line represents the performance of German business a dip below this middle line means contraction. Since 2000 makes the Orange Line is that need to -- the dividing line four times including response Tuesday. On the previous three occasions and ECB cut came on the straight off to the station came ounce or months -- -- Kia Kia and yeah. Jones is all then the same thing will happen here. Seems a lot of people are leaning that way. Here's what relate to his -- as -- as saying 43 of 76 economists say 25 basis points. We'll find out soon enough but -- inflation sliding well below target. ECB is sounding more dumbed it -- On the Germany looking peaking again talked to a new record low -- point 5% is back on the --

No better time for an ECB flutter – here’s why

Tuesday, Apr 30, 2013 - 01:03

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