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Spanish warn independent Scotland would get euro not pound
An independent Scotland would be forced to wait at least five years to join the EU and would then have to sign up to the euro, the Spanish government has warned in a major intervention 48 hours before the referendum that directly contradicts Alex ...
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Dollar rises against pound, euro ahead of Scottish vote
The Australian dollar AUDUSD, -0.01% extended its slide against the dollar to 90.26 cents from 90.40 cents. Analysts from Bank of America Merrill Lynch said that while they are confident the euro will continue to fall against the dollar. BAML predicts ...
CURRENCIES: Dollar Rises Against Pound, Euro Ahead Of Scottish Vote  NASDAQ
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Dollar drops to two week-low vs euro ahead of Fed outcome
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar fell to nearly two-week lows against the euro and Swiss franc on Tuesday, pressured by a report that said the Federal Reserve was unlikely to change its dovish stance on near-zero interest rates at a two-day policy ...
Dollar Slips Ahead of Federal Reserve Statement  Wall Street Journal
Forex - Dollar steady against euro, yen ahead of Fed  Investing.com
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The Week Ahead: Profiting From a Weak Euro
It was a nervous week for the markets as September's history of weak stock performance kept some on the sidelines. The other main concern for the market (as overseas tensions subsided) was whether the FOMC may change its policy this week.
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German finance minister - Don't read too much into euro swings
BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Central Bank (ECB) has assured Germany it is not trying to manipulate the euro, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told Reuters on Tuesday, adding he was not concerned about recent swings in the single ...
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Scotland 'risks losing' opt-outs on Euro and Schengen if it splits from UK ...
Scotland 'risks losing' opt-outs on Euro and Schengen if it splits from UK, warns EU expert. An independent Scotland would struggle to gain EU membership if it insisted on retaining opt-outs.
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The Euro Is Droppingļæ½Time for a Vacation to Paris?
In the wake of the European Central Bank's decision to cut its main interest rate last week, which instantly caused the value of the euro to drop, Americans are expected to return the favor, pouring millions of dollars into the Old World as the value ...
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MEPs could block Scotland's EU membership if it pushes for euro opt-out
EXCLUSIVE: Members of the European Parliament could block an independent Scotland's EU membership if it insists on keeping currency and border treaty opt-outs negotiated by the UK, sources in the two largest political groups in Brussels told EurActiv.
Here are all the countries that don't have a currency of their own  Quartz
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Euro zone trade surplus rises in July on growing exports
Eurostat said the non-seasonally adjusted external trade surplus of the 18 countries sharing the euro was 21.2 billion euros (27.39 billion US dollar) in July, up from 18.0 billion in July 2013. Exports increased 3 percent year-on-year while imports ...
Euro zone labour costs jump in second quarter  RTE.ie
Euro zone wage growth up 1.2 percent in Q2  Gant Daily
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Euro Still Too Strong, Says Bank of France Governor
Bank of France Gov. Christian Noyer, who is seen arriving at a ministerial meeting of the Group of 20 Leading and Developing Nations in Washington this past April, says the European Central Bank needs to do more to reduce the euro's strength. Bloomberg ...
Germany and the euro  The Economist
Barclays Cuts Euro Forecast to Most Bearish on Economy Slowdown  Bloomberg
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