The symbol of the euro, the currency of the eurozone, stands illuminated in Frankfurt, Germany.
The symbol of the euro, the currency of the eurozone, stands illuminated in Frankfurt, Germany. - 
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The European Central Bank is expected to announce a large bond buying program Thursday. Quantitative easing, as it’s called, could help boost the moribund eurozone economy by encouraging investment, but many are not on board. The Germans are the biggest critics, reminded of hyperinflation nearly a century ago, and worried that QE would let weaker European economies off the hook. 

 

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