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Review: Euro on track for strongest quarter since 2011

The euro is on track for its strongest quarter since 2011 as the EU economy continues to gain steam and markets expect the ECB to wind down its easy monetary policy.

The single European currency fell 0.1 percent to $1.1426 on Friday, but in the second quarter of 2017 it has edged up 7 percent.

After ECB President Mario Draghi's hawkish statements this week investors await that regulator will sooner return to more normal policy.

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