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Euro weakness won’t stop the ECB, Italy fiscal worries

The ECB gave a strong signal this week that it will cut rates in June. A later start to the Fed’s easing cycle or further weakness in the euro are unlikely to deter it. Meanwhile, Italy’s latest fiscal projections are more concerning than they appear at first glance, but the country’s eligibility for emergency ECB bond purchases during a crisis should not be at risk.

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