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The question is whether surprises have already been priced into the euro ahead of the ECB meeting.
2 per cent, compared to just five per cent when the ECB announced the QE programme in January.
Botham warned if the ECB continued to treat the public as 'mugs', England would be playing in front of empty seats, which never looks good on the box.
The accompanying comment to the ECB meeting also included a positive feedback on the initiative of the European Commission to tackle youth unemployment, and increased lending of small and medium business.
Asmussen is in charge of legal services within the ECB and in this case is the best-suited ECB representative," an ECB spokeswoman said.
The ECB is preparing for next month's Champions Trophy and the team behind that event - headed by former South Africa all-rounder Steve Elworthy - will also be laying the foundations for the World Cup.
Aslam's knock of 87 from 139 deliveries came at a time when ECB were struggling at 37 for three and 70 for five at one stage.
A raft of weak economic data support the case for cutting rates but to do so could stir up debate in Germany about the ECB going soft under Draghi and blunt the impact of his new bond-purchase plan, dubbed Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT).
Those remarks reignited a long-running controversy which overshadowed the summer season but, with Pietersen back in the fold, the ECB is keen to move on from the saga.
The markets had rallied ahead of the ECB council meeting on Thursday, on the expectation there would be action from the ECB and the Italy/Spain summit.
If the summit result encourages the ECB to step in with serious support for sovereign bond markets, it could be a smashing success," said Berenberg Bank Chief Economist Holger Schmieding.
With 80 percent share, it is noteworthy to observe that even though block-access ECB disk storage grew 14.