While there is already considerable debate and speculation surrounding next week's European Central Bank (ECB) interest rate decision, the market's interest will only on this morning's Eurozone CPI and unemployment figures which may secure the policy adoption as it did in November. Market consensus is looking for an unchanged inflation and unemployment numbers from the euro-area, with unemployment rate expected to remain near a record high of 12 per cent for a third month running in January. The worryingly high rate of unemployment reflects the uneven pace of recovery across the single currency bloc as Europeans remains cautious and thrifty, proving only a limited boost to economic growth. Jobless rate in Europe's biggest economy, Germany recorded 6.8 percent in February unchanged from January's figures. Things have improved significantly in the Eurozone in the last few months, with a number of countries, and the region as a whole climbing out of recession, which is expected to be reflected in the labour market in the coming months. The Eurozone`s economy grew by 0.3 percent in the final three months of 2013, that amounts to an annualized rate of about 1.2 percent. It was the third quarter of growth since the end of an 18-month recession. Eurozone inflation to remain stable at low levels: Markets will be also keeping a close watch on a Eurozone inflation report for February as the ECB comes under mounting pressure to tackle deflationary risks. Inflation is expected to remain unchanged at an annual rate of 0.7 percent in February – sharply below the ECB's inflation goal of 2.0 percent. Policymakers are becoming increasingly concerned about the risk of deflation, with the latest data showing inflation fell to 0.7% in January from 0.8% in December. Policymakers at the ECB are scheduled to meet next week to set the next direction of monetary policy, where expectations signal the Governing Council may consider providing additional conventional policy easing for the price stability mandate to be met. Euro: The pair once again fluctuated around the significant 1.3700 figure in intraday trade. As of 08:32 GMT+2, the EURUSD pair traded 0.1 percent lower at $1.36960 after opening at $1.37088, a close below the 1.37 mark may be a sign of further declines.