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The ECB, or the European Central Bank, is the central bank of the eurozone, which is formed by 19 out of 28 member states of the European Union. This pan-European government body sets interest rates for all the countries that use euro as their currency. Similarly, to the US Federal Reserve, the ECB is employing some unconventional monetary policy tools since the Global Financial Crisis 2007-2008. The blog posts below are related to forecasts about the ECB’s monetary policy decisions and analysis of the central bank’s influence over the euro’s exchange rate in Forex.

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