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Will The Ecb Be Bold? Shock Decision In Store?

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Tomorrow's Economic Releases: Will The ECB Be Bold?

Wednesday, 01 March 2006


Growth in Switzerland’s $380 billion economy accelerated to 1.0 percent, its fastest pace in five years, in the third quarter led by continued strength in exports and more active spending habits by Swiss consumers and businesses.


Outlook: Retail sales in Australia are expected to have grown 0.3% over January, marking the second straight month of expansion. Supporting the case for advancement in sales volume is the 2.6% rise in the country’s consumer sentiment index, which stood at 107.4 in January.



What could "bold" mean? The expected .25% or perhaps a jolt?

Edited by Realistbear

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