World Week Ahead: Eyes on ECB

Sun, 01 Jul 2012

By Margreet Dietz July 02 (BusinessDesk) - The month of June finished on a high note, with investors opting to trust that the most recent agreement by European leaders on dealing with the 2 1/2-year-old sovereign debt crisis will finally stem the bleeding for both the region's and the global economy. The European Central Bank this week might help sustain the momentum of optimism by opting to ease interest rates, already at a record low. Most economists polled by Reuters expect the central bank to lower borrowing costs at its meeting on Thurs...

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