German Survey Shows Confidence – Greatly Affects On The Market

A survey of market optimism Germany rose more than expected in January thanks to cheaper oil and a weaker Euro.

The investment analysts surveyed in Europe’s largest economy looked past market turmoil over the Swiss National Bank’s decision to let the franc rise sharply.

The higher reading comes as the European Central Bank on Tuesday reported stronger demand by companies for loans, another positive sign in Europe’s slack economy.

The positive data came out ahead of Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting where the bank is expected to announce more stimulus through purchases of government bonds.

This should positively affect the Euro, which you can expect to climb today.


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