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Draghi evita dar detalles sobre los planes de...

Peter Rosenstreich

Draghi evita dar detalles sobre los planes de reducción del balance En la reunión de política monetaria de la semana pasada, el Banco Central Europeo no alteró los tipos de referencia. Si bien el presidente del BCE, Mario Draghi, ratificó la continuación del programa de flexibilización cuantitativa (QE), declaró que llegará a su fin. Respecto a la firme apreciación del euro, evitó pronunciarse en cualquier sentido. Ante ello la divisa única se valorizó una vez más, dado que los inversores lo interpretaron como una luz verde para ir en esta dirección. La próxima fase de gran importancia en el EUR/USD será la reunión del FOMC del 20 de septiembre. Por el momento parecería que la Fed dejará en standby su ciclo de subidas de tipos de interés, lo que hace que el mercado no contemple ningún incremento hasta 2018. Mientras tanto esta semana, el foco se mantendrá sobre las tensiones geopolíticas y la publicación de los datos macro en EE.UU.

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