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Recovery in Euro Zone Gathers Pace
PARIS - The economy of the euro zone expanded this month at its fastest rate in nearly three years, according to a private sector survey released on Wednesday, with accelerated output from Germany leading the bloc.
Business Activity in Euro Zone Accelerates  Wall Street Journal
It's spring time  The Economist (blog)
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Euro Zone Deficit Hits Target for First Time Since 2008
PARIS - Euro zone governments have hit an important goal, bringing their combined budget deficits for 2013 in line with their target for the first time since 2008, official data showed on Wednesday.
Euro zone deficits improve but debts mounting
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Dollar rises vs. Aussie, falls against euro
The euro (ICAP:EURUSD) rose to $1.3816 from $1.3805 late Tuesday. Euro-zone manufacturing and services businesses saw activity expand in April at the fastest pace since May 2011, with Markit's composite purchasing managers index rising to 54.0 from ...
Euro Advances on Industry Growth; Aussie Falls  Bloomberg
Yen Gains Most in 2 Weeks on Weak Data, Ukraine; Euro Advances  Businessweek
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Euro-Zone Fiscal Colonialism
LONDON - Last Tuesday, the European Parliament finally approved a mechanism for restructuring and closing down failed banks across the euro zone. But the system, which will not be established until 2015, is unworkably complex and leaves a veto power ...
Pound Reaches Seven-Week High Versus Euro Before Minutes
The pound rose to the strongest level in seven weeks versus the euro amid speculation Bank of England minutes tomorrow will show policy makers are moving closer to raising borrowing costs.
Pound Reaches 7-Week High Versus Euro Before Minutes; Gilts Fall  Businessweek
GBP � 7 Week High Against Euro  Live Charts - Live Wire
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Kiwi flies on hawkish RBNZ, euro eyes ECB speech
The kiwi also rose against the yen, euro and its Australian counterpart, which suffered heavy losses on Wednesday in the wake of unexpectedly soft inflation data.
Kiwi rallies on hawkish RBNZ, euro eyes ECB speech
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�Lowflation� Yet to Harm Euro-Zone Recovery
The annual rate of inflation in the euro zone was 0.5% in March, well below the ECB's target of just under 2%, and it has been less than 1% since October.
Michelin Sales Fall as Strong Euro Offsets Tire Gains
(ML), Europe's largest tiremaker, reported a 2.4 percent decline in first-quarter revenue on the strong euro and weaker demand in Eastern Europe because of tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Michelin Quarterly Sales Fall as Russia Tensions Sap Tire Demand  Businessweek
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US, euro zone activity up; China decline slows
Growth in the euro zone was again led by Germany, the bloc's largest economy, where the PMI jumped from March and was just shy of February's 32-month high.
Euro zone business activity nears 3-year peak
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FOREX -Aussie sinks after low inflation, German PMI helps euro
Euro inches higher after German flash PMI (Updates prices, adds more comment). By Patrick Graham. LONDON, April 23 (Reuters) - The Australian dollar fell almost one percent on Wednesday after a report showed consumer prices rose less than expected ...
Eurozone PMI Lifts Euro, Soft CPI Kicks Aussie  Seeking Alpha
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