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Greece sees final solution on debt crisis amid euro uncertainty
Greece remained optimistic for a final debt deal, however, just as Italians are voting on a constitutional referendum on Sunday and a victory for the opposition 'No' camp may push the euro zone toward fresh crisis. "Everyone realizes that Europe cannot ...
Euro zone finance meeting to focus on members' budgetary plans  Irish Times
Germany's Schaeuble: If Greece wants to stay in the euro, Athens must ...  Nasdaq
A Profile for Euro Traders on the Italian Referendum
It's the biggest event risk for the Euro since Brexit, and markets are jittery about the prospect of a 'No' vote.
Renzi defeat won't break the euro, but a Le Pen victory most certainly will
Pound gains against the euro amid fears over Italy's referendum  The Guardian
Dollar steady against euro, yen after nonfarm-payrolls data
The euro EURUSD, +0.0563% traded at $1.0660 late on Friday, virtually unchanged from $1.0662 late Thursday in New York. The euro had traded higher initially against its U.S. rival, fetching as much as $1.0691 in Asia trade Thursday. Over the past week ...
The Pernicious Effects Of The Euro: Eurozone Unemployment Below 10% First Time ...
Here's an excellent little example of the appallingly pernicious effects of the euro and the straightjacket that the eurozone places on national economies.
Euro-Area Unemployment at 7-Year Low as Recovery Proceeds  Bloomberg
October 2016- Euro area unemployment at 9.8%- EU28 at 8.3%  EU News
Italy's Referendum: Another Blow to the Euro?
One crisis barely over and another begins. As the European Union continues to grapple with the fallout from Britain's Brexit vote, Italians will vote this Sunday in a referendum that could further shake the Euro. Supporters say the constitutional ...
Euro worries hinge on Italian referendum  Deutsche Welle
Op-Ed: Italy referendum: Could a domestic affair threaten to become a euro ...  CNBC
Euro-Area Manufacturing Picks Up as Weaker Euro Bolsters Exports
Euro-area industrial output expanded at its strongest pace in almost three years in November as a decline in the single currency and improved business conditions helped counter geopolitical uncertainties.
Euro zone November factory growth strongest since January 2014: PMI  Reuters
The Latest, Greatest Threat to the Euro: Populism
The euro has survived sovereign default, recessions, banking crises and bailouts. It may not survive populism. In the coming year, the eurozone will host at least five elections or referendums that could bring a populist, euroskeptic party to power.
Euro, Dollar Flirt With Parity
A 10-day losing streak for the euro against the U.S. dollar is rekindling an old debate: Will the common currency reach parity with the dollar?
The euro is on its longest losing streak ever  MarketWatch
Euro suffers longest losing streak on record, as Goldman Sachs predicts ...
Investor Who Backed Brexit Sees Euro Breaking Up Within 5 Years
Now there's growing speculation Italy's referendum in December, and the elections in France in 2017, might result in more political upsets in Europe, causing some investors to question the future of the euro. That said, predicting the demise of the ...
Investor who predicted Brexit now dooms the euro  RT
Jim Mellon: “The Euro Will Collapse Within Five Years”  newsBTC
The 'Washington Euro' is setting up as the trade of 2017
The election of Donald Trump as US President has had a dramatic effect on markets destabilising many and breaking down what have previously been regarded as normal market relationships.