The European Central Bank is gearing up to meet this week with a round of key data released February 28 showing falls in both inflation and unemployment along with an unexpected rise in economic confidence in the 13-member Eurozone. While annual inflation in the Eurozone edged down to 1.8 percent in January, seasonally-adjusted unemployment in the currency bloc slipped to 7.4 percent in January, from 7.5 percent in December, as the economic momentum built up last year helped to encourage employe...

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