The euro remains heavy as the market awaits the ECB's press conference where Draghi is expected to provide more details on the bond buying program that is expected to be launched as early as next week. The euro slipped to new multi-year lows near... (full story)
The UK economy is on course for yet another robust performance in the first quarter, with growth set to accelerate from the slowdown seen late last year, according to further strong PMI survey readings. The surveys also show that job creation has... (full story)
Dean Popplewell - Seeking Alpha - 1 hr 13 mins ago
By Craig Erlam Investors continue to trade cautiously as we approach the business end to the week, with today bringing the latest monetary policy decisions from the Bank of England and the ECB and more importantly, details on the new €1... (full story)
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