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EUR/USD: ECB unlikely to support euro, energy crisis will continue to put pressure – Commerzbank

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The European Central (ECB) is probable to proceed trekking its key fee significantly. However, the euro is set to proceed its decline as electricity disaster weighs on the shared currency, economists at Commerzbank report.

Sustainably greater stages are in all likelihood to continue to be difficult
“Monetary coverage is not likely to furnish any aid for EUR over the coming weeks as a seventy five bps charge hike is greater or much less priced in for the subsequent meeting.”

“The chance is extra probable to be that the ECB will be extra cautious than the market is watching for after all. In that case EUR would probable come beneath depreciation pressure. Even although we do no longer anticipate such a scenario, the market is in all likelihood to reflect onconsideration on this danger in its assessment of the EUR change rates.”

“Sustainably greater EUR-levels are probable to continue to be hard in this environment. On the contrary, we proceed to see the danger that EUR will weaken similarly as the electricity disaster as a aspect for uncertainty will proceed to put stress on the single currency.”

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