'In the days ahead, a few upcoming data releases are likely to catch traders’ collective attention and drive the Euro. The second reading of Q4’16 French GDP, due out on Tuesday, could be fodder for the elections. Perhaps more directly related to policy, preliminary February German inflation and Euro-Zone inflation data, due out on Wednesday and Thursday respectively, may serve to cushion the Euro. Signs that inflation is returning to the region’s largest economy (and the region more broadly) may serve as support for the idea that the European Central Bank won’t loosen its policy further at said time'.
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