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How to Profit from ECB’s Attempts to End Economic Slowdown

By JuliaTyler, published on Apr 1, 2014

... point of all this? Quantitative easing may not do what it was originally intended to, but it affects the currency.

While there are concerns it’s all ending now as the Federal Reserve has started to slow the pace of quantitative easing, there’s another opportunity in the making—the euro.

The European Central Bank (ECB) hasn’t outright printed money like the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan did. The economic slowdown in the common currency region continues to pick up strength. To begin with, the turmoil started in the smaller nations; now the bigger economic hubs... (more)

Tags: japan, federal reserve, central bank, euro, u.s. economy, u.s. dollar, economic growth, economic slowdown, etfs, ecb, european central bank, quantitative easing

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