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Recovery in Euro Zone Gathers Pace
PARIS - The economy of the euro zone expanded this month at its fastest rate in nearly three years, according to a private sector survey released on Wednesday, with accelerated output from Germany leading the bloc.
Business Activity in Euro Zone Accelerates  Wall Street Journal
US, euro zone activity up; China decline slows  Reuters
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Euro Zone Deficit Hits Target for First Time Since 2008
PARIS - Euro zone governments have hit an important goal, bringing their combined budget deficits for 2013 in line with their target for the first time since 2008, official data showed on Wednesday.
The Importance Of Greece  Seeking Alpha
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Dollar strength ebbs, threats of ECB action keep euro subdued
ECB executive board member Benoit Coeure said on Tuesday that there was further margin to reduce the main interest rate below 0.25 percent and that the strength of the euro could be keeping inflation too low. But until the ECB takes action, traders ...
Euro-Zone Fiscal Colonialism
LONDON - Last Tuesday, the European Parliament finally approved a mechanism for restructuring and closing down failed banks across the euro zone. But the system, which will not be established until 2015, is unworkably complex and leaves a veto power ...
�Lowflation� Yet to Harm Euro-Zone Recovery
The annual rate of inflation in the euro zone was 0.5% in March, well below the ECB's target of just under 2%, and it has been less than 1% since October.
Pound Reaches Seven-Week High Versus Euro Before Minutes  Bloomberg
It's spring time  The Economist (blog)
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ECB's Hansson: Must keep an eye on euro exchange rate
TALLINN (Reuters) - The European Central Bank must keep an eye on the euro exchange rate to assess whether it poses a risk to the medium-term inflation outlook, ECB Governing Council member Ardo Hansson said on Wednesday.
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Asian entrepreneur moves on from the Euro Car Parts group he founded
Last week he told the Nasdaq-listed auto components group he had decided to leave Euro Car Parts at the end of June �to devote his full-time efforts to his other interests� - notably his property-focused asset management firm Dominvs Group that he is ...
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Euro Gains Fueled By Business Growth
The euro gained on the greenback following data that suggests economic activity across the currency bloc is on the rise. For a brief period, the 18-member single currency was hemmed in and comfortably trading within arm's length of �1.3800 due to ...
Dollar slips lower, PMI data supports euro  NASDAQ
Forex - Euro remains higher v. dollar after US data
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Euro zone private sector on strong footing but still slashing prices: PMIs
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro zone's private sector has started the second quarter on its strongest footing in nearly three years, but burgeoning new orders were again mainly buoyed by firms cutting prices, surveys showed on Wednesday.
Dollar rises vs. Aussie, falls against euro
The euro (ICAP:EURUSD) rose to $1.3816 from $1.3805 late Tuesday. Euro-zone manufacturing and services businesses saw activity expand in April at the fastest pace since May 2011, with Markit's composite purchasing managers index rising to 54.0 from ...
CURRENCIES: Dollar Rebounds Vs. Aussie, Falls Against Euro (press release)
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