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Denmark will this week hold a referendum on whether to replace its full opt-out from EU justice and home affairs cooperation with a UK-style ‘opt-in’ model. Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe looks at the key issues at stake and what the referendum means for David Cameron’s EU renegotiation.

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Posted by Pieter Cleppe

Denmark will this week hold a referendum on whether to replace its full opt-out from EU justice and home affairs cooperation with a UK-style ‘opt-in’ model. Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe looks at the key issues at stake and what the referendum means for David Cameron’s EU renegotiation.

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Posted by Pieter Cleppe

The ECB holds its monetary policy meeting on Thursday and has strongly telegraphed that it will be easing policy further…possibly too strongly. There is now a somewhat circular problem in the market that investors expect to be surprised by the ECB, thereby making it harder for the ECB to actually surprise them argues Raoul Ruparel.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

The ECB holds its monetary policy meeting on Thursday and has strongly telegraphed that it will be easing policy further…possibly too strongly. There is now a somewhat circular problem in the market that investors expect to be surprised by the ECB, thereby making it harder for the ECB to actually surprise them argues Raoul Ruparel.

The post Market expects significant easing from the ECB – it may struggle to surprise appeared first on Open Europe.

Posted by Raoul Ruparel