Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Euro news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 68   

Articles published

The Euro: Bad Idea, Poorly Executed, Hard to Fix
When the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the 2012 Peace Prize to the European Union (EU), they cited advances in "peace, democracy, and human rights.
Euro Here to Stay  New York Times
Only big debt restructuring can save euro  Financial Times
Related articles »  
If Germany were to leave the euro, it would be better off
Not that the German economy has been a stonking success during the euro's existence. Its average growth rate has been only 1.4pc, below the UK's - and below Spain's and Ireland's.
Germany should return to the deutsche mark  Jerusalem Post
Related articles »  
The euro is heading for a permanent state of depression
A year ago, monetary union looked as if it was heading for certain death, with the European banking system in apparent meltdown and extreme divergence in monetary conditions across the single currency area.
London to Germany: Now Save the Euro!  The Globalist
Euro-Area Unemployment Rate Rises to Record: Economy  Bloomberg
Related articles »  
Euro Truck Simulator 2 Promo Trailer
Travel across Europe as king of the road, a trucker who delivers important cargo across impressive distances! With dozens of cities to explore from the UK, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, and many more, your endurance, skill and speed ...
Related articles »  
Culinary SOS: Euro Pane's pear spice cake
Dear SOS: Euro Pane on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena has the most delicious spiced pear cake. It is moist and truly delicious with a hint of ginger.
Euro crisis opens old wounds for Greece, Germany
A country's economy devastated, unemployment endemic and suicides rising -- this is the reality in Greece, and there is seemingly no end in sight.
Euro gains ahead of EU summit on Moody's affirmation of Spain's ...  FXstreet.com
Voices: How Europe's media report euro crisis  BBC News
Related articles »  
Iron enters the soul
ANXIETY about Europe's continuing sovereign-debt and banking crises is almost as intense in boardrooms as it is in chancelleries and on trading floors.
French phone bill waived after 12qn-euro blunder
A woman in south-west France, who received a telephone bill of nearly 12 quadrillion euros, has had the real amount she owed waived - after the company admitted its mistake.
Trillion-Euro Phone Bill Was A Mistake, Company Admits  The Inquisitr
French woman recieves a trillion-euro mobile bill  NDTV
Related articles »  
Support for the euro hits historical low in Denmark
Only one-fifth of Danes want increased economic integration with Europe, according to the latest polls. A referendum on potential euro membership is not in sight, say members of the government. The financial crisis in Europe is so deep that a ...
Related articles »  
Vince Cable: Europe could be plunged into war if Euro collapses
At the Cheltenham event, entitled Austerity, the euro and us, Mr Cable said, however, that it was difficult for Britain to influence the world on its own.
Europe could be plunged into war if the euro collapses, says Cable as he ...  Daily Mail
Related articles »