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Why We Don't Need QE or Euro: Czech Republic
As countries with much larger economies try to contest slowing growth by pumping more cheap money into their financial systems, the Czech Republic is planning to avoid similar actions - and may put off its euro joining date as the single currency ...
Forget Euro Breakup—Think Euro Mutation  Wall Street Journal
Euro Zone Faces Second Recession In Three Years  Neon Tommy
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 ...
New euro notes to show tragic princess
In Greek mythology, the Phoenician princess Europa was abducted and raped by the king of the gods, Zeus. But her image will from next year appear alongside pictures of windows and doors on euro banknotes as a security and decorative feature.
ECB's Mario Draghi announces new euro banknotes  Telegraph.co.uk
New Euro notes to be brought in  The Connexion
The time-bomb at the heart of Europe
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
France posts surprise Q3 GDP growth, outlook still weak  Reuters
Most Greeks want the euro, oppose austerity: poll
ATHENS Most Greeks want their country to stay in the euro zone even though they are increasingly angry about the job losses, pay cuts and other sacrifices demanded by international lenders, a poll showed on Tuesday.
Germany Edges Towards Keeping Euro Alive  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Greece: Lack of deal 'threatens euro'  BBC News
Revisiting the Point of the Euro
As we approach 2013 it is apparent that the euro zone crisis will still be with us into next year. It has been festering since the beginning of 2010 and the current calm, in place thanks to Mario Draghi's clever supporting arrangements at the European ...
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 ...
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 ...
Euro zone, IMF secure deal on cutting Greek debt  Reuters
Euro Crisis Deal Struck: Euro Zone, IMF Reach Agreement On Long-Term Greek Debt  Huffington Post
Unemployment in Euro Zone Rises to a New High
PARIS - Unemployment in the euro zone rose to a new high in October, according to official data released Friday. But the head of the European Central Bank tempered the bad news by predicting that the region's economy would begin to recover next year.
The Euro Crisis Will Only End When Unemployment Falls  Business Insider
Spanish Usufruct  Forbes
Euro Worries About a Greek Haircut
The single currency has already started to pay the price, tumbling to nearly a two-month low against the dollar on fears Greece will fail to achieve its fiscal obligations and its creditors will have to write off more of its debt.
Greek prime minister warns of euro exit  MarketWatch
Toil and trouble  The Economist