Recent economic data has shown that an economic recovery may be taking hold in the eurozone.
Eurozone factory activity grew for the third month running in September, according to a survey.
ECB president Mario Draghi is expected to give more guidance on the health of the eurozone at a press conference later on Wednesday.
The ECB has previously said its low rates are supporting a recovery and that governments must now restructure their economies and cut excessive levels of debt.
Mr Draghi said in July that the ECB was likely to keep rates at their current low levels for an “extended period” to bolster recovery.
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