Reuters - The risks for the dollar are to the downside both in terms of how hawkish the ECB is going to sound -- we don't think they can afford to sound any less hawkish than they have been given inflation at 4 percent -- and (U.S.) payrolls are not going to be any cause for comfort either. With the euro area fundamentals looking not particularly positive but relatively better than the U.S., euro/dollar is going to be a beneficiary of (ECB President Jean-Claude) Trichet sounding pretty concerned on the inflation front.