An ECB Rate Cut Just Got Even More Likely

Inflation continues to shrivel away in Europe.

Now: 1.2%. Analysts had expected 1.6%.

While the ECB hasn’t done much lately, weak employment and low inflation numbers have caused people to suspect that this Thursday will be the day for more easing.

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