Ahead of the ECB meeting on Thursday, traders have pulled back from bets the board will lower...
Ahead of the ECB meeting on Thursday, traders have pulled back from bets the board will lower rates. The benchmark lending rate is currently 0.75%, but the deposit rate is 0%, meaning a cut would take it to negative territory. A "surprise" cut on Thursday could send the euro back down below $1.30.
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