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Euro zone inflation sticks in 'danger zone', keeps ECB under pressure
The year-on-year inflation rate in the 18 countries sharing the euro was 0.5 percent in March, down from 0.7 percent in February, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat said.
Euro strength here to stay, unless ECB steps in  Reuters India
ECB's Draghi: Further Euro Strength Could Trigger More Easing  Wall Street Journal
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Dollar gains against euro after ECB comments, US data
The dollar hit session highs against the euro, Japanese yen, and Swiss franc after the Commerce Department said retail sales increased 1.1 percent in March, marking the biggest gain in 1-1/2 years as receipts rose in nearly all categories.
Pound Sterling to Euro Exchange Rate Pushes Higher; Best Rates Since March ...  Currency Watch
Forex - Euro remains higher against dollar
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French economy minister urges talks over euro strength
Montebourg, one of the most leftist members of President Francois Hollande's Socialist government, is a frequent critic of the ECB, which he considers has not done enough to support growth in the euro zone. ECB President Mario Draghi said at the ...
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Talking Down the Euro Gets a Little Harder
For those wondering why the euro has remained stubbornly strong in the face of repeated verbal intervention from top European Central Bank officials, look no further than the latest current account numbers.
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SAP Q1 2014: Cloud on the rise, strong euro a concern
German software maker SAP reported on Thursday Q1 2014 net income of �534 million with earnings of �0.45 per share, up approximately three percent year-over-year, an increase from 520 million euros, or �0.44 euros per share, in the year-ago period ...
SAP earnings hurt by strong euro  Financial Times
SAP thrives on cloud business, but strong euro a worry  Deutsche Welle
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Yen reclaims lost ground against dollar, euro
The euro edged down about 0.1 percent against its Japanese counterpart to 141.14 yen, after hitting a two-week high of 141.77 yen on Wednesday.
Draghi Says Euro Appreciation Would Trigger ECB Stimulus
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said a further appreciation of the euro would trigger more monetary stimulus in his strongest warning yet about the region's rising currency.
RPT-Euro-denominated bonds lure emerging borrowers, European funds
Romania sold a 10-year euro-denominated bond on Tuesday yielding 3.625 percent, following on the heels of Turkey which last week raised 1 billion euros via a nine-year bond at a 4.2 percent. And earlier in the year, Brazil and Israel tapped euro debt ...
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Euro Falls on Draghi's Stimulus Signal; Brazilian Real Advances
The euro dropped against 14 of its 16 major counterparts after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said further appreciation in the currency would trigger more monetary stimulus.
The Tide Is Turning for Greece�and the Euro Zone
Greece's return to the bond markets last week was a symbolically important moment for the euro crisis. For the country at the center of the crisis to draw �20 billion ($27.77 billion) of foreign demand for a five-year bond yielding under 5% shows that ...