NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Dovish comments from the European Central Bank in response to continued U.S. monetary stimulus outweighed positive news from German elections to push the euro lower on Monday.The Federal Reserve chose to keep its $85 billion monthly bond purchases unchanged last week, which led to a strong bid higher in the euro/U.S. dollar currency cross.
Global Macro: Euro Drops on Draghi's Dovish Comments
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