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Euro edges up, still shaky on ECB and Greece
The euro bottomed out against the dollar at $1.2220 on both Friday and early on Monday and Foley said that reflected strong technical resistance to it going below $1.22.
Euro edges up, but still shaky on ECB and Greece  CNBC
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Dollar Matches Two-Year High Versus Euro on Fed as Kiwi Weakens
The dollar matched a two-year high versus the euro amid speculation the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates as early as April while other major central banks maintain monetary stimulus.
Euro Rises From Two-Year Low on Saudi Oil Comments  Businessweek
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U.K. Pound Weakens Against Euro as Concern on Russia Eases
The pound weakened for the first time in five days against the euro as crude prices rose, reducing concern that a decline in the oil-exporting Russian economy would weigh on the euro area. The U.K. currency was little changed against the dollar before ...
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Lithuania Risks a Greek Euro Tragedy
It's probably too late for Lithuania to reconsider its plan to abandon its currency, the litas, and become the 19th member of the euro on Jan 1. But Greece's mess is a cautionary tale about the potential consequences of ceding sovereignty over monetary ...
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Russia growls across the border as Lithuania readies for euro
It is a reminder for some of why the former Soviet republic will cement its move to the West by joining the euro zone next month.
Lithuanians anxious as euro looms  The Independent
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Low costs, yield hunt to propel long-term euro zone bond sales in 2015
Ten-year Spanish and Italian 10-year yields are less than 2 percent ES10YT=TWEB IT10YT=TWEB, below those of U.S. Treasuries, as the threat of deflation in the euro zone exacerbated by sliding oil prices pressures the ECB to begin a program of ...
High Unemployment persists in Euro zone
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The Economist explains Why Lithuania is about to adopt the euro
THE euro zone is in a terrible state. Growth has been anaemic for years. It is on the verge of deflation, where prices fall, thereby pushing up the value of debt.
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Dollar Reaches New Two-Year High Against Euro
The dollar strengthened against rival currencies Friday, including reaching a new two-year high against the euro, as the U.S.
Dollar hits multi-year highs on extended Fed rally, year-end bets  Reuters
Dollar Rises to 5-Year High on Fed Rate Outlook; Yen Declines  Bloomberg
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Exclusive: ECB considers making weaker euro zone states bear more ...
There is currently a stand off between the ECB and Germany's Bundesbank over ECB preparations to buy sovereign bonds, so-called quantitative easing (QE), to shore up the flagging euro zone economy. But while the idea may help overcome opposition in ...
Euro getting "pound"ed
Indeed, the only clear takeaway is that the central bank's action will, as ever, be entirely dependent on incoming economic data.
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