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Lord Rothschild takes �130m bet against the euro
RIT, which Lord Rothschild has led since 1988, had a -7pc net short position in terms of principal currency exposures on the euro at the end of July, up from -3pc at the end of January. Given a net asset value of �1.836bn at the end of July, the ...
Lord Rothschild Makes $204 Million Bet Against Euro: Report
Lord Rothschild, an elder member of the dynastic Rothschild banking family, has taken the position against the euro through RIT Capital Partners, the 1.9 billion pound investment trust of which he is executive chairman, according to a report in the ...
Rothschild and Allianz both glum on euro  What Investment
When will the euro collapse? It's already dead
LONDON (MarketWatch) - Anyone who spends their time analyzing the euro debt crisis will know that there is one question you get asked again and again.
The eurozone crisis: implications for insurers and reinsurers  Lexology (registration)
Ask Greek Citizens About Soft (Drachma) Money, And If They Like It  Forbes
The future of the euro: stability through change
Across Europe, a fundamental debate is taking place about the future of the euro. Many citizens are concerned about where Europe is heading.
Euro-Zone Bank Lending to Businesses Rises  Wall Street Journal
ECB to oversee all euro zone banks
In Euro Crisis, Fingers Can Point in All Directions
FRANKFURT - The debate about how to distribute the cost of preserving the euro often centers on a fundamental question that is unspoken but implicit: Who caused this crisis anyway?
Will Greece destroy the euro?  Salon
Debt crisis: Merkel tells Germans to remember the euro dream ahead of crisis ...
Russian Bear stops Finland leaving euro
More than two-thirds of Finnish exports go outside the euro bloc, chiefly to Russia, Sweden and the US. In other words, Finland lives in a different economic universe from core-EMU, and is deemed better for it by rating agencies.
Finnish Euro Skepticism Hides Business Plea to Commit to Bloc  Bloomberg
Euro Crisis - The Number One Reason Why It's Not Going Away
It is the first time I've heard a politician talk about ordinary voters as a priority in the continuing Euro zone saga.
The Finn red line
EUROPE'S August doldrums seem to have reached even the crisis-prone euro zone. A declaration at the end of July by Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), that he would do “whatever it takes” to preserve the euro has helped push ...
Look who benefits most from a weak euro  Credit Writedowns (blog)
Finland is Ready to Leave the Euro As Frustration With Greece Grows  Reason (blog)
Exporters reap the benefits of weak euro
But thanks to what management called a “very significant movement” in the euro against the dollar and other big currencies, its reported sales jumped 6.2 per cent and profit declined only 9.6 per cent to €1.9bn in the three months to the end of June ...
Germany may be the country that brings the euro crashing down
Certainly, they argue, Greece must be allowed to leave the euro. But so, many add, must Spain, Italy and others. Indeed, so dire has this crisis become - with one senior politician estimating Germany's potential liability at more than $1 trillion ...
Is the US Economy Protected From the Euro Crisis?  U.S. News & World Report
Will we regret holding the euro zone together?  Globe and Mail