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Poll: How Will the Euro Trade?

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Thursday, 4 Mar 2010 | 1:14 PM ET

The euro has weakened recently because of persistent worries over the euro zone's debt problem.

Some analysts say the ECB will take baby steps in exiting its liquidity-boosting stance to avoid endangering the fragile recovery of the euro zone and this does not bode well on the euro.

But others say the single European currency will strengthen against the dollar because the euro zone's economy is fundamentally better than that of the US.

Let us know what you think:

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