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The European Central Bank gets back to work after the summer next week with inflation in the euro zone now down to 0.3%. That may not prove enough for them to bring in new policy measures. But it and investors will watch the latest economic data form Germany closely. Elsewhere, the Bank of England meets, while U.S. nonfarm payrolls data are expected to show the country adding a healthy number of jobs again.

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