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mario truck he has his work cut out on wednesday the e. c. b. president facing a delicate balancing act at the lunch time interest rate presser , sec to raise the bank's inflation forecast yet reject any suggestion of tapering the trillion euro exit buying planned you'll be grilled on why hedge funds in london got a heads up on plans to ramp up q. e. and last but certainly not least he faces tough questions on greece marc bolan is reuters markets editor the creditors the main institutions the i. m. f. the your group , uh and the e. c. b. that they have put a proposal to greece %HESITATION to resolve this a longstanding disputes and on a sense of the bailout program %HESITATION we don't know what the facilities we know athens is tabled another proposal back to the inn , %HESITATION and we don't know the details that either so i we're in limbo at the moment from a market point you certainly and drag you will be the first of those officials at that meeting will be a quiz by journalists so that will be intriguing whether he skirts the issue , or whether he gives us some detail as to what is on offer , the prospect of a great deal and a surprise uptick in inflation boosting german bond yields on tuesday their biggest daily rice for nearly three years the euro also soaring in response so if druggie does indeed and up the east , inflation forecast we , drug you will not want to bond and affix markets to snuff out that soil wind that weekly euro and rock bottom bond yields have given it