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Get Over It Pundits, Greece Is Not Leaving The Euro Even If It 'Leaves' The Euro
About Greece and the euro, a conservative U.S. magazine recently opined that �A common currency for the European Union was always a bad idea, because it required a common monetary policy for very different economies.
Euro-Area Negative-Yield Bond Universe Expands to $1.9 Trillion
(Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank's imminent bond-buying plan has left $1.9 trillion of the euro region's government securities with negative yields.
Euro Tumbles, Eye On 2015 Lows - Analysts  eFXnews
Euro zone bond yields dip as focus shifts to US rate outlook, ECB bond buying  Economic Times
If Greece Leaves The Euro, Who's Next?
If the Greeks cannot reach an agreement, they threaten to exit the euro currency which will have serious repercussions for the Eurozone economies as well as for the rest of the world.
Euro gains on agreement to extend Greece's bailout package  Reuters
German-Led Bloc Willing to Let Greece Leave Euro: Malta  Bloomberg
Concern in Denmark as Its Currency's Peg to the Euro Is Strained
That has led to grave concern here, as speculators bet that Denmark's currency peg to the euro will break, giving them outsize profits on the Danish assets they hold as the crown rises in value.
Speculation Against Denmark's Euro Peg Proving Relentless  Bloomberg
Business and the euro
ONLOOKERS could be excused for thinking that Christmas had come again to the euro zone this month. On January 22nd the European Central Bank (ECB) said it was ready to buy over �1 trillion ($1.1 trillion) of sovereign and asset-backed bonds between ...
Euro-Area Prices Extend Slide as ECB Fights Deflation  Bloomberg
Euro zone slides deeper into deflation  CNBC
Ten days that shook the euro; how Greece came to the brink
The new Greek found itself without a single firm ally among 18 euro zone peers in its drive to reverse austerity and renegotiate its debt pile.
The Observer view on Greece, bailouts and the euro  The Guardian
A Greek deal cannot fix the flaws in the euro  Financial Times
Coca-Cola's Euro-Bond Deal Pops
Investors are getting a taste for Coca-Cola 'sKO +0.98% euro debt. Coca-Cola Co. has raised �8.5 billion in a record-breaking bond deal, as a rush of U.S.
Greece: Greenspan predicts exit from euro inevitable
The former head of the US central bank, Alan Greenspan, has predicted that Greece will have to leave the eurozone. He told the BBC he could not see who would be willing to put up more loans to bolster Greece's struggling economy.
Alan Greenspan: The euro is doomed  CNNMoney
Alan Greenspan Says Greek Euro Exit Is Inevitable  Forbes
UPDATE 1-Greece runs out of funding options despite euro zone reprieve
Greece faces 1.5 bln euro debt payment to IMF in March. * Lenders rule out three short-term funding options. * Pressure on Athens to quickly complete bailout review for aid (Updates with expected green light for EBRD funding).
Euro-Area Economic Sentiment Improves as ECB Set to Commence QE
(Bloomberg) -- Economic sentiment in the euro area rose to a seven-month high and German unemployment dropped, keeping the region on a recovery path as the European Central Bank prepares to unleash its quantitative-easing program.
ECB helps lift euro zone mood in February, outside of Germany  Irish Independent