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Euro currency doomed unless changes made, says Nobel-winner Joseph Stiglitz
Stiglitz, who is the author of the new book "The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe," believes the euro zone is trying to have it both ways, living in what he calls a "halfway house," which is "unsustainable." He believes it ...
The Euro Is Killing The European Union - More, It Should  Forbes
Stiglitz: The days of the euro are numbered  Yahoo Finance
Euro may leave the FX market sidelines
In a year dominated by sterling's decline, the yen's rise and the dollar's weakness, little impression has been made by the euro - although that may be about to change. The foreign exchange sidelines is not a bad place to be. The pound's sharp fall ...
Can Europe Save the Euro?  U.S. News & World Report
'Flawed at Birth' Euro Project Facing Endless Division, Recriminations  Knowledge@Wharton
Britons Abroad Already Know What Pound-Euro Parity Feels Like
Euro-sterling parity is a reality that wholesale traders, as well as Britons traveling abroad, are going to have to get used to as soon as next year if forecasts by HSBC Holdings Plc and UBS Group AG are to be believed.
Pound sterling set for all-time low against the Euro, say HSBC and UBS  The Independent
Jeremy Warner Blames the Euro Like Kim Jong-Un Blames the Foot
Daily Telegraph columnist Jeremy Warner has concluded that the euro has "destroyed" Europe. It's when journalists write about currencies that one wishes Adam Smith, David Ricardo and John Stuart Mill (to name three) were still around to relieve them of ...
Sterling on track to post weekly gains after GDP data
Elsewhere, the dollar slid against both the euro and the yen, as investors remained ahead of Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen's much-anticipated speech at the annual Jackson Hole Symposium.
Euro to Dollar Exchange Rate Bounces Following Yellen Speech But Strength to ...  Pound Sterling Live
Euro zone bond yields fall after Yellen stays vague  Reuters
Euro zone lending picks up, easing pressure on ECB to act
Euro zone lending has been growing since mid-2014, when the ECB started charging banks for hoarding cash and began fleshing out its bond-buying programme in a bid to kick-start inflation and economic growth.
Lending growth to euro zone firms higher in July  RTE.ie
Euro Banks Profits in Free Fall Across All Sources  TRUNEWS
EUR/USD – Euro Hugging 1.13 Ahead of Yellen Remarks, US GDP
The euro is unchanged on Friday, as EUR/USD trades just below the 1.13 level. The pair has hugged the 1.13 line all week, but that could change dramatically during the North American session.
FOREX: IFO Drops But Euro Pops  Nasdaq
We already have a utility settlement coin: it's called the euro
In fact, we'd argue, it's more of a step back to the logic that brought us the euro than it is a step forward. As we've noted before, the Target settlement system underpinning the euro was from the outset supposed to fulfill two objectives: to allow ...
Euro fails to stick to the script
If Jean-Claude Trichet was still running the European Central Bank, he'd no doubt be tempted to wheel out his trademark B-word to describe the rally in the euro: brutal. To the chagrin of Brits soaking up the sun on the Med, the currency has been ...
Seven changes needed to save the euro and the EU
Germany likes to blame the victim, pointing to Greece's profligacy and the debt and deficits elsewhere. But this puts the cart before the horse: Spain and Ireland had surpluses and low debt-to-GDP ratios before the euro crisis. So the crisis caused the ...