No, he's not being quizzed by the Goldman Sachs board ;-)
Draghi's off to EU parliament to let them know the latest state of affairs.
As is normal in these proceedings, he usually reads out the last ECB statement almost word for word and then will take some Q&A.
These thing's aren't usually market moving but if he hammers a particular point home we could see the euro moving. He's full of it when calling on governments to do more in his ECB pressers so lets see if he has big enough cojones to do it to their faces ;-)
Draghi tunes in to some tunes in EU parliament