FXStreet (Delhi) – Research Team at Societe Generale, notes that the EUR promptly reversed a full month of losses against the USD and JPY after the ECB disappointed in the announcement of new policy measures to support economic growth and a return of inflation to the target of close to but below 2% over two years. Key Quotes "The deposit rate was cut by 10bp to -0.30% and the pace of asset purchases was maintained at €60bn per month, though the programme was extended to March 2017. The revisions to the staff forecasts were minimal. The revisions to growth cancelled on another out between 2015 and 2017, and the inflation outlook was trimmed by 0.2pp over the same period.” “The less aggressive than expected policy response by the ECB inevitably takes the pressure off other central banks, like Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland, where both warranted and les warranted currency appreciation of the DKK, SEK and CHF against the EUR since October had caused fresh frustration and fuelled speculation of potentially more policy action in the coming days, including lower interest rates and/or currency intervention. The SNB was strongly favoured to cut interest rates again by 25bp next week, but this now looks less likely.” For more information, read our latest forex news.