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Portugal Isn't Euro Zone's Biggest Problem
Fears over the collapse of a Portuguese bank spooked the market. European stock markets fell; bond spreads for euro-zone peripheral countries widened, spreads for core countries tightened; a Spanish bank pulled its bond auction and a Greek government ...
Fears over fate of major Portuguese financial group reignite euro market ...  U.S. News & World Report
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Euro afloat in trade amid geopolitical concerns
The euro regained more ground on the dollar in Asia on Monday, having rebounded from a five-month trough, but trading was anything but energetic thanks to a holiday in Japan and amid concerns that geopolitical tensions could flare up at any time.
FOREX-Euro stays afloat in tentative trade amid geopolitical concerns  Reuters
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Rate hike bets keep sterling on track for weekly gains vs euro
Traders expect the Bank of England to tighten monetary policy this year or early next, while the European Central Bank is set to keep policy loose and perhaps resort to asset purchases to avert the threat of disinflation in the euro zone. The euro was ...
Best Pound Euro Exchange Rate in Years Still in Play, But Where Will the GBP ...  Pound Sterling Live
Pound Advances Versus Euro With Inflation Gap Most Since October  Bloomberg
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Woe To The Euro
The euro currency has been defying gravity for years. The Teutonic North and the Club Med South of Europe were joined under one monetary policy in 1999.
Euro-Zone Inflation Rate Stays at Lowest Level in Over Four Years  Wall Street Journal
Feeble Inflation and Lending Persist in Euro Zone  New York Times
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Euro Comes Back Into Investor Favor
The European Central Bank said Wednesday that foreign investment in the eurozone rose last year, and that there were signs this year that the euro was winning back popularity as a currency for issuing debt and conducting international transactions.
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France secures 1 billion euro navy deal in Egypt
CAIRO (Reuters) - France has secured its first major military contract in Egypt in about 20 years with a 1 billion euros (0.79 billion pounds) deal to sell four naval frigates, a French diplomatic source said on Saturday.
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Women's U19: Rep of Ireland 2-1 Sweden
The Republic of Ireland Women's Under 19s secured a third straight win in the UEFA European Championships by beating Sweden 2-1 to reach the semi-finals.
Euro destiny in Irish girls' hands as they prepare for needle clash with ...  Irish Independent
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Draghi Calls for Euro-Zone Rules for Economic Reforms
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on Wednesday called for new rules on economic reforms that the countries in the euro zone should adopt to narrow their economic differences. In outlining a new proposal from the ECB that would further ...
Euro strength defies Draghi's loosening plans  Financial Times
Draghi urges euro zone states 'to be sovereign together'  Reuters UK
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Portugal banks are the least of euro zone's problems
Yields on Spanish and Italian government bonds - the most reliable gauge of sentiment towards the euro zone - have barely budged.
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London Underground plays host to euro-dispensing cash machines
Cash machines dispensing euros are not new. Halifax was the first high street bank to offer foreign currency ATMs in a few branches in 2007, and the Post Office and M&S Money are among the other institutions that have installed some in recent years ...
Euros on the Tube: New cash machines in 70 London Underground stations will ...  This is Money
EURO CASH POINTS AT TUBE STATIONS  Daily Mail
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