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The ECB decision is coming — here’s what to expect

The ECB interest-rate decision is due at 7:45 a.m. Eastern. Here's what to expect


The ECB interest-rate decision is due at 7:45 a.m. Eastern. Here's what to expect

If there’s one thing that observers agree on with respect to Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting, it’s that the central bank will announcing a series of...

The latest data, from August, shows inflation running a full percentage point below its target of nearly 2%. At the same time, the eurozone economy is just limping along, with year-over-year growth of 1.1% in the second quarter.

This month, U.S. DJIA, +0.85% and European stocks SXXP, -0.07% have both added about 2%. Eurozone banks SX7E, +0.45% have done particularly well over the last week. The euro EURUSD, +0.1181% has also crept higher against the dollar.

Steve Goldstein Steve Goldstein is MarketWatch markets editor for Europe. Follow him on Twitter: @MKTWgoldstein.

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