FXStreet (Delhi) – Research Team at Deutsche Bank, suggests that today, it’s another relatively quiet session for data in Europe with the calendar year GDP print out of Germany the main release of note. Key Quotes “There’s some central bank action for us to follow however with the BoE decision due around midday (no change expected but the focus will be on the minutes) while we’ll also get the ECB account of the last monetary policy meeting which could be fascinating given the disappointments seen in markets after it. In the US we will receive the December import price index print along with last week’s initial jobless claims data. Fedspeak wise we’ve got the Fed’s Bullard due to speak at 2.15pm GMT, while in Europe the ECB’s Draghi and Coeure are due to participate in a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels this afternoon so it’ll be worth seeing if anything comes out of that. US earnings will also be a focus with JP Morgan kicking off for the banks, while in the corporate space Intel is also scheduled to report.” For more information, read our latest forex news.