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France and the euro
THE threat of the euro's collapse has abated for the moment, but putting the single currency right will involve years of pain.
France 'Biggest Problem' in Euro Crisis, Say German Officials  TIME
Economist 'time-bomb' cover sparks French ire  Telegraph.co.uk
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Should Germany Leave the Euro Zone?
As the billionaire investor George Soros wrote recently, �Germany must lead or leave.� If, as Soros speculates, Germany cannot accept �the responsibilities and liabilities that a benevolent hegemon should be willing to incur,� should it then abandon ...
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EU to introduce new anti-counterfeit euro bills
EU to introduce new anti-counterfeit euro bills. Beginning next year, the European Central Bank (ECB) will gradually replace current euro notes with new banknotes with improved safety features. However, counterfeiters are unlikely to be deterred for long.
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Adjustment in the euro zone
If the euro crisis is ever to be resolved, the divide that opened up in the first decade of the single currency between creditor countries in the northern core of the 17-strong euro zone and debtor nations in the south must be closed. That will require ...
Euro Zone Recession Is Reinforced by Slump in a Second Quarter  New York Times
Common Currency Recession: Euro-Zone Woes Fuel Immigration to Germany  Spiegel Online
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The euro has become Germany's new Deutschemark
The euro is Germany's currency now, but in the possessive rather than the collective sense. To all intents and purposes, the single currency has become Germany's new Deutschemark, and despite some concessions to fellow members, Berlin its undisputed ...
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Lira Beats Mark as Europe Suffers From Stronger Euro: Currencies
The ECB needs to ease monetary policy, which will cause the euro to depreciate to $1.15 within a year, John Hardy, the head of foreign-exchange strategy at Saxo Capital Markets in London, said in a Nov. 16 phone interview.
Lira Beats Mark as Europe Suffers From Stronger Euro  Businessweek
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Euro Zone Is 'Shaping Up Quite Well,' Says Think Tank
The euro zone may be in recession, but the region's efforts to repair budgets, cut labor costs, and improve competitiveness is signaling a more dynamic future for its economy, according to a report commissioned by European think tank The Lisbon Council ...
Europe Agrees on New Aid Package For Greece  Spiegel Online
Euro zone, IMF reach deal on long-term Greek debt  Reuters
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ECB's Mario Draghi announces new euro banknotes
"The European Central Bank and the national central banks of the eurosystem are to introduce a second series of euro banknotes.
New Euro notes to be brought in  The Connexion
Discouraging news  The Economist (blog)
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Lithuania to Delay Euro Adoption
Lithuania's path to euro-zone membership is likely to take longer than expected, an economist at the nation's central bank said, as the victory of an anti-austerity party in October elections has left uncertainty over whether the country can meet ...
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Forget Euro Breakup�Think Euro Mutation
But if these efforts come to nothing, a euro breakup is hardly the most likely outcome. A mutation of the existing monetary arrangement, involving the emergence of parallel currencies to the euro, seems to me likelier than its wholesale disappearance.
Euro Zone Faces Second Recession In Three Years  Neon Tommy
Eurozone risks rising as outlook darkens  CNN
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