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Euro hit by fears Greece will miss IMF repayment - live updates
The euro is continuing to lose ground, and is now down 0.85 of a cent against the US dollar at $1.089. It's not just about Greece, though.
Greece refuses to pay �1.1bn bill with fears that euro project could unravel  Daily Mail
Greek threat to default on loans slams stocks, euro  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
FOREX-Dollar in vogue on CPI boost and Yellen's comments, euro weakens
The euro fell to a one-month low of $1.0959 in European trade, with some traders citing the victory by anti-austerity parties in Spain as a factor.
Euro Declines to Four-Week Low Versus Dollar Amid Greek Pushback  Bloomberg
Dollar stays firm with Greece and Spain in the spotlight  MarketWatch
What a strong dollar, a weak euro, a controlled yuan mean to you
“A weaker euro always means that we have bigger demand from our export destinations,” says managing director Rowald Hepp.
Euro Weakens on Greece as Emerging Market Stocks Slip With Gas
The euro dropped after Greece asked creditors to compromise on demands that are holding up bailout funds. Emerging-market stocks fell amid the outlook for higher U.S.
Euro drops on Greek debt fears; dollar nears year high vs. yen  MarketWatch
Euro falls to 10-week low versus pound  Independent Online
UPDATE 2-Italy's Monte dei Paschi launches 3 billion euro share sale
MILAN, May 25 (Reuters) - Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena launched a 3 billion euro ($3.3 billion) share sale on Monday, its second cash call in less than a year, to plug a capital shortfall exposed by last year's Europe-wide stress tests and ...
35 complaints made against defunct travel agency Asia-Euro Holidays
SINGAPORE'S consumer watchdog has received 35 complaints against Asia-Euro Holidays since news broke that the travel agency closed suddenly on Friday.
STB revokes Asia-Euro Holidays' travel agent licence  Channel News Asia
Asia-Euro Holidays closes abruptly but tried to help stranded customers  AsiaOne
Jitters over Spanish elections, Greece hit banks, euro
Banks in Spain, Greece and Italy, along with France, bore the brunt of losses. The euro also came under renewed pressure against the dollar EURUSD, -0.3735% , dropping to $1.0980 versus $1.1005 in late New York trading on Friday.
Dollar Advances to Highest Since 2007 Against Yen on Fed Outlook
The dollar climbed to the strongest in almost eight years against the yen as Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said central bankers appeared to favor an early U.S.
ECB's Draghi urges euro zone to unite for economic reform
"The current situation in the euro area demonstrates that this delay could be dangerous," Draghi said, according to a text of the address released by the ECB, while acknowledging progress had been made, for example with banking union.
ECB battles to keep euro under control  Financial Times
Draghi calls for economic reforms in euro zone
Euro weakness upsets luxury brand pricing
The gap between the prices for luxury handbags, watches and jewellery in Europe and in China is the biggest it has been for three years, as weakness in the euro upsets global pricing strategies for high-end consumer brands. Currency swings mean a ...