The Euro zone business activity has expanded at its quickest clip in 15 years in June, as quoted on CNBC.
The European Central Bank left its monetary policy unchanged on Sep 10.
The Euro/U.S. dollar strength has been prevalent lately. A falling dollar may add more strength to the common European currency in the coming days.
Though Mario Draghi is about to step down next month, Europe ETFs are likely to gain from the highly expected rate cuts ahead.