Draghi does not rock the boat – EUR/USD ticks higher


The ECB left the QE program and the interest rates unchanged as expected and also repeated that the QE program will continue to March 2017 or beyond, an unusual addition to the short statement.. /in the press conference, Draghi does not rock the boat. Brexit has been met with resilience, and that is EUR positive. Regarding further action, the approach is “wait and see”. And governments should do more, much more. 

Specifically, he seems to side with the Italian government regarding aid for banks. This will not go down well in Berlin.

We cover the event and of course the impact on the world’s most popular currency pair: EUR/USD.

ECB Live Blog – as it happened

Live blog of the events of the decision at 11:45 and Draghi’s press conference at 12:30

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