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Dismantling the Euro, Literally, in Frankfurt
Seemingly oblivious to the unintended symbolism of tearing apart the sculpture the day after the results of a referendum in Greece called into question the future of the euro itself, the workers removed translucent panels from the sign and the stars ...
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis Resigns to Aid Euro Zone Talks  Newsweek
Greece looks to reopen bailout talks as euro future in doubt  Deseret News
Time for euro creditors to reward their allies over Greece
For the euro as a whole, however, that is not true. Tragedy is all too possible, but far from inevitable. To avoid it, eurozone leaders would do best to think and act now.
US stocks slip early, as global markets avoid dramatic declines  Washington Post
Pound Advances to Week-High Versus Euro After Greek Referendum  Bloomberg
Scattered Notes on the Euro
What I found most galling was the argument that Grexit would bring about an economic catastrophe, as though the catastrophe had not already happened.
Germany Has a Lot to Lose in a Greek Euro Exit
BERLIN—When Chancellor Angela Merkel joins her fellow European leaders in Brussels on Tuesday for talks that will decide whether Greece can keep the euro, the cost of failure will be at the back of her mind. Should the talks collapse and Greece ...
Germans call for Greece to leave the euro zone after 'no' referendum ...  Fortune
Berlin says up to Athens to save its place in euro  Financial Times
World's Biggest Currency Trader Favors Selling Euro Versus Yen
Citigroup Inc., the world's biggest currency trader, said it prefers to bet the euro will decline against the yen, rather than against the dollar, as traders seek haven assets amid the turmoil in Greece and China.
WALL STREET AGREES: Greece leaving the euro is 'the most likely scenario'
LONDON (Reuters) - Greece leaving the euro zone has tipped over to become the base case for many international bank economists after Sunday's overwhelming 'No' vote against further austerity imposed by creditors.
Crisis erupts in Europe...so buy the euro?  CNBC
JPMorgan-Barclays Cut Greek Exit Odds as Goldman-Citi Hold Back  Bloomberg
Spain's politicians distance themselves from euro crisis: 'This isn't Greece'
Spain's finance minister, Luis de Guindos, said that although the no vote made the situation more complex, Spain was “absolutely not contemplating a Greek exit from the euro”. Greece's creditors had not handled the crisis perfectly, he said, but the ...
Euro Falls as Greeks Reject Bailout Terms
TOKYO—The euro fell against the dollar and the yen in early Asia trading after Greek voters rejected creditors' demands in a referendum, raising the likelihood that Greece would exit from the eurozone.
Euro holds up in face of Greek 'No'  Economic Times
Euro falls vs. counterparts as Greek majority rejects creditors' terms
The euro fell sharply against its rivals in early trade Sunday as the first official projection from Greece's referendum showed 61% of voters rejected terms set forth by the country's creditors, but the European currency soon began modestly paring its ...
Grexit scenarios irk Turkey as euro falls vs. dollar
On Monday, the euro fell sharply after a Greek referendum rejected austerity measures demanded in return for bailout money.
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Above 1.41 - Starts to Build Momentum  Pound Sterling Live
Euro to Pound Sterling (EUR/GBP) and US Dollar (EUR/USD) Exchange Rates ...  Euro Exchange Rate News