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We Need a Plan for the Next Euro Crisis
Yet to date these measures have done little to improve the budget balance in important euro members. Earlier this year, France requested a delay in achieving the deficit ceiling under the Stability and Growth Pact, and Italy failed to make sufficient ...
Euro may not be finished, but moving forward will be difficult
French president Fran´┐Żois Hollande has called for a common economic governance across the euro zone, and there is support in France and Italy for exploring ideas such as a common European unemployment insurance fund, a half-step towards the kind of ...
ECB admits euro member convergence failed  Irish Independent
How the Euro Turned Into a Trap
When they introduced the euro in 1999, European leaders said the common currency would be irreversible and would lead to greater economic and political integration among their countries.
Should Germany exit the euro?  Deutsche Welle
Outlook for the Euro Isn't Getting Any Better
Germany Should Exit Euro, Not Greece, Economists Say
But all the countries in the eurozone would become more competitive with a German euro exit, provided they stayed in the joint currency—something that might induce both France and the Netherlands to stick with the euro if Germany left, rather than ...
Let debtor nations leave euro, say German experts
Countries should be able to exit the euro as a “last resort” if they are unable to manage their debts, the German government's independent economic advisers say, in a sign of Berlin's hardening attitude towards propping up fellow members of the single ...
German advisers say euro zone exit should not be taboo  Reuters
German 'Wisemen' Say Euro Zone States Should Be Able To Go Bankrupt  International Business Times
Euro whipsaws after Fed leaves rates unchanged
The euro whipsawed against the dollar on Wednesday after the Federal Reserves said it would leave interest rates unchanged.
Michelin first-half earnings rise 8.9 percent on tire volume, euro
Michelin & Cie., Europe's biggest tiremaker, said first-half earnings jumped 8.9 percent as volume rose and the weaker euro helped revenue. Operating profit before one-time gains or costs increased to 1.26 billion euros ($1.4 billion) from 1.16 billion ...
Opinion: After Greece, everyone will want a Plan B to leave the euro
It involved a “temporary” suspension of its membership in the euro, along with plenty of humanitarian aid to help it through the first few difficult months of re-establishing its own currency.
Yanis Varoufakis saw the answer to Greece's euro crisis in computer game ...  The National
The Euro Isn't Dead
While the world can count dozens of important currencies, when it comes to top line financial and investment discussions, the currency marketplace really comes down to a one-on-one cage match between the two top contenders: the U.S.
Santander bank reports profits surge on Britain, euro
Madrid (AFP) - Europe's biggest bank by capitalisation, Santander of Spain, said Thursday quarterly profits surged 17.2 percent to 1.7 billion euros ($1.9 billion) on growth in markets including Britain and a weak euro. Relatively unscathed by Spain's ...