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A strong euro requires different policy mix
It follows, then, that tight money would be an inappropriate policy stance for the euro area struggling with a weak and uncertain economic recovery, where the average unemployment rate of 11.9 percent spans a very broad range from 6.7 percent (Germany) ...
Less Fragile EMU = Stronger Euro  Investing.com
Monetary Policy Week in Review � Apr 14-18, 2014: Ukraine hikes rate as ECB ...  CountingPips
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Dollar gains against euro after ECB comments, US data
Capital rolling into Germany, the Netherlands and other stronger economies in the euro zone have supported the euro, which in turn has hurt countries such as Greece, Spain and Portugal.
Why a tug of war is shaping up in the euro-dollar  CNBC.com
Euro Slips On Easing Talk While Ukraine Crisis Explodes  Forbes
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Euro Strength May Be Overblown
Just how worried should the European Central Bank be about the strong euro? Some economists say, not at all. A strong currency can make an economy's goods and services more expensive in global markets, damping exports.
French economy minister urges talks over euro strength  Reuters
Spectre of deflation ramps up threat to stability of euro zone  Irish Times
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Euro zone inflation sticks in 'danger zone', keeps ECB under pressure
The year-on-year inflation rate in the 18 countries sharing the euro was 0.5 percent in March, down from 0.7 percent in February, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat said.
Draghi Says Euro Appreciation Would Trigger ECB Stimulus  Bloomberg
ECB's Draghi: Further Euro Strength Could Trigger More Easing  Wall Street Journal
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Blaming the Messengers, Euro Edition
Blaming the Messengers, Euro Edition. April 15, 2014, 3:27 pm. Aha. I missed this, from J�rgen Stark, which is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen written by a former central banker: It is likely we are living in an extended period of price ...
Germany Says Nein And Ya  Seeking Alpha
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Euro Zone Economy Expanded Further in March, With Unexpected Gains in ...
PARIS - The economy of the euro zone continues to expand, with a surprisingly strong improvement in France and signs of recovery in the region's depressed labor market, according to a private sector survey released on Monday.
China brakes as euro zone gears up  Today's Zaman
Euro zone businesses sees strongest growth since early 2011  RTE.ie
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Frost in spring The recovery may be warming but inflation is cooling
VIEWED from one perspective, the euro area is a minor miracle. Instead of collapsing in a heap, as seemed possible two years ago, the currency club is not just intact but has a new member, Latvia, which joined in January.
Another Worrisome Drop in Euro Zone Inflation  New York Times
Euro zone inflation drops to lowest since 2009  Reuters
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Unemployment Malaise Lingers in Euro Zone
PARIS - The labor market in the euro zone remains in the doldrums, official data showed on Tuesday, as the unemployment rate ticked higher in France and rose to a record in Italy.
Euro Unemployment Stays at 11.9 Percent as Italy Jobless at Record  Moneynews
Euro-zone unemployment stable at 11.9% in February  MarketWatch
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Dollar lower against euro, up against yen on risk appetite
A key statement on Tuesday came from ECB governing council member and Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann, who said negative interest rates were an option to temper euro strength and that quantitative easing was not out of the question. The euro was ...
Euro down vs. dollar as ECB officials talk stimulus  MarketWatch
Euro weak near 3-week lows as ECB tries to tame strength  CNBC.com
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Economic Data Holding Back Euro As ECB Pleads For Weaker FX Rates
The ECB continues to try and talk down the Euro, but there has been little if any success thus far. - With the retail trading crowd still heavily long the US Dollar, the Euro remains in the driver's seat. - Have a bullish (or bearish) bias on the Euro ...
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