On Thursday, the European Central Bank will meet in Bratislava and speculation is high that the bank will cut its current interest rate of 0.75 percent to 0.5 percent.
Euro zone inflation sunk to its lowest level since February 2010 on Tuesday, slipping further away from the ECB's target rate of 2 percent, and weak unemployment data strengthened the case for action.
Euro zone unemployment reached a record 12.1 percent of the working population. Some 19.2 million people are now out of work – the highest number since the euro's creation in 1999.
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