Euro Faces Payrolls After Draghi Fueled Biggest Gain Since 2009By and
`The whole euro story changed a lot,' Commerzbank says
ECB cuts deposit rate 10 basis points, extends QE to March '17
The euro pared its biggest jump since 2009 against the dollar as investors awaited a U.S. payrolls report that will be a key input for the Federal Reserve as it considers tightening policy this month for the first time in almost a decade.
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