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i am just looking forward to the next ECB meeting, if inflation really does reach 1%, then Dragi and and the eu council will have to start signalling the end of QE, they cannot allow interest rate differentials to widen even more and increase the debt burden. Problem of course is the political events that may emerge so the FTSE could be affected either way.  

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