FXStreet (Guatemala) - Analysts at Rabobank, among other events, explained that today we turn to the ECB. Key Quotes: "The market expectation is no change on the policy front, but the Governing Council must be looking on nervously at current events. There is likely to be a sharp downward revision to inflation projectionsà la Japonaise that might open the door to a further 10bp cut in the deposit rate in March. (After all, it’s either that or deal with the deep-rooted symptoms that drove us to a coach-load of Davos billionaires, which arguably exceeds even the ever-broadening remit of a modern central bank). Apart from that we have the US Philly Fed survey – will it join the list of downside surprises of late? – and Eurozone consumer confidence for January. (Ironically, the former is seen unchanged at -5.9 and the latter at -5.7: how much we all have in common). However, the market is also going to be deeply interested in itself today. Time for more bear fishing?" For more information, read our latest forex news.