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Euro weakness upsets luxury brand pricing
The gap between the prices for luxury handbags, watches and jewellery in Europe and in China is the biggest it has been for three years, as weakness in the euro upsets global pricing strategies for high-end consumer brands. Currency swings mean a ...
Euro Drops on Spain Election Outcome, Yen Down After Trade Data
The Euro underperformed in overnight trade, falling as much as 0.2 percent on average against its leading counterparts. The selloff followed the emergence of results from Spanish local and regional elections.
Austria's Okotie returns for Euro 2016 qualifier in Russia
VIENNA (AP) - Austria striker Rubin Okotie will return to the national team for next month's Euro 2016 qualifier in Russia.
French-German Euro Plan Snubs Cameron's Demand for Treaty Change
France and Germany proposed tweaking the management of the euro zone within the existing legal framework, in a snub to U.K.
France and Germany push ahead with closer euro political union despite David ...  The Independent
Cameron calls on Churchill in Euro reform charm offensive  The Times (subscription)
Euro falls below $1.09 as dollar gains broadly
LONDON May 26 The dollar rose more than 1 percent against a basket of currencies and topped $1.09 per euro for the first time in a month on Tuesday as it extended its recent gains.
Euro Tumbles to One-Month Low
A broad dollar rally helped to peg back the euro, with the buck touching its highest in nearly eight years against the Japanese yen.
ECB controversy over speech that sank the euro
The European Central Bank (ECB) has changed the way it publishes comments, just days after a speech by a key bank member gave away market-moving information to a select group of market participants.
Euro Continues to Fall; European Stocks Extend Gains  Wall Street Journal
Prospect of increased European Central Bank bond buying hits euro  Financial Times
Greece should quit euro 'temporarily': Ifo's Sinn
Sinn, who has spoken in favour of a Greek exit from the euro zone in the past, said it was difficult to see how Greece could resolve its problems while remaining in the single currency bloc, but added that any exit -- or "Grexit" -- did not have to be ...
Euro dips as concern over Greece grows
Tokyo - The euro drifted lower against other major currencies on Tuesday as jitters grew about the high-stakes standoff over Greece's bailout reform.
Dollar firms against yen, euro in Asian trade  Economic Times
Euro 2016 qualifiers: Wales set to call up 16-year-old West Brom star Tyler ...
Chris Coleman is set to hand a shock call-up to teenage striker Tyler Roberts later today as he names his squad for the crunch Euro 2016 qualifier against Belgium next month. Roberts, 16, was one of the stars of Wales' recent junior success in the ...
Ben Davies and James Collins miss Wales' crunch Euro 2016 qualifer ...  talkSPORT.com
Euro 2016: Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale key for Wales - James Chester  BBC Sport