Euro Jumps Most in 7 Months as ECB Plan Lacks DetailsAndrea Wong and Rachel Evans
The euro climbed the most since March as the European Central Bank failed to provide details on the size of a plan to buy private debt, curbing bets it would expand the ECB’s balance sheet enough to weaken the currency.
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