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Dollar gains against euro after ECB comments, US data
Capital rolling into Germany, the Netherlands and other stronger economies in the euro zone have supported the euro, which in turn has hurt countries such as Greece, Spain and Portugal.
Exchange Rates: Euro (EUR) Loses, Australian Dollar (AUD) Gains; Pound ...  Exchange Rates UK
Pound Sterling to Euro Exchange Rate: Further Gains Beyond 1.21 Now Predicted  Currency Watch
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Commodity currencies feel the heat as China data looms
The action among the G3 currencies was more subdued with the euro drifting up from one-week lows against the dollar and yen to last stand at $1.3811 and 140.69 yen.
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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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Draghi's Patience Snaps on Euro as ECB Threatens Response
The warning, which prompted the biggest drop in the single currency in three weeks, marked the strongest stance yet taken by Draghi since he and fellow policy makers began complaining in early March about the euro's rise. With inflation at about a ...
ECB's Draghi: Further Euro Strength Could Trigger More Easing  Wall Street Journal
Draghi says a stronger euro would trigger looser ECB policy  Reuters
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Blaming the Messengers, Euro Edition
Blaming the Messengers, Euro Edition. April 15, 2014, 3:27 pm. Aha. I missed this, from J�rgen Stark, which is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen written by a former central banker: It is likely we are living in an extended period of price ...
Germany Says Nein And Ya  Seeking Alpha
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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.
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.
Spain Anxiety on Euro Leaves Rajoy With Two-Front Battle
With the currency reaching a level high enough to provoke the European Central Bank president to threaten action, data today showed slowing euro-area export growth and figures tomorrow will confirm the damage caused to inflation. For Spain, the effect ...
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Exports Boost Euro-Zone Trade Surplus
The 18 countries that share the euro had an increased surplus in their trade in goods with the rest of the world during February, an indication that the euro's strength isn't holding back exports and the economic recovery, as some policy makers had feared.
Draghi's Euro Warning Seen as Cheap Talk by Traders: Currencies
Yet the 18-nation currency has shrugged off his repeated comments and climbed since the beginning of March, while options traders are about the least bearish on the euro since November 2009. The challenge for Draghi is capping euro gains that have ...