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Greek PM defends controversial 'Plan B' for euro zone exit
"We didn't design or have a plan to pull the country out of the euro, but we did have emergency plans," Tsipras told parliament.
Bailout talks to shift gear after Greece's Tsipras prevails over anti ...  Fox Business
Tsipras denies 'secret plan' to take Greece out of euro – business ...  The Guardian (blog)
Italy is the most likely country to leave the euro
What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 percent—in total—since it joined the euro 16 years ago? Well, probably the one most likely to leave the common currency.
The euro is creating tons of problems for many European countries
The slightly longer version is Finland has had some bad luck that the euro has turned into a bad recession, or at least a worse one that it had to be.
Euro-Zone CPI to Spark EUR/USD Rebound on Sticky Inflation
Increased consumption paired with the pickup in private-sector credit may encourage faster price growth across the euro-area, and an unexpected expansion in the CPI may heighten the appeal of the single currency as the region gets on a more sustainable ...
Euro Trading Higher Ahead Of The Euro-Zone's CPI
Euro to US Dollar (EUR/USD) Exchange Rate Forecast: Eurozone CPI sees Common ...  Euro Exchange Rate News
Weaker euro helps region's companies beat expectations
European companies are delivering quarterly profits ahead of expectations thanks to a weaker euro and improving economies across the region.
Euro zone inflation, unemployment hold steady
Euro zone annual inflation held steady at 0.2 percent in July, far below the European Central Bank (ECB)'s target and disappointing those who hoped monetary stimulus would provide a quick answer to the region's torpor.
Euro-Area Inflation Remains at 0.2% as Core Rate Picks Up  Bloomberg
Euro zone inflation stable at 0.2 percent, still far off ECB target  Reuters UK
Dollar dips versus yen, euro ahead of US data
The dollar weakened slightly against the yen and the euro during Asia trade Friday, with investors reluctant to push hard in any direction until they have more clues on whether the Federal Reserve will raise short-term rates in September.
Friday AM: Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Eyes 1.44 Target
The euro exchange rate complex had strengthened considerably over the mid-July period leaving us questioning how far the battering of GBP/EUR would extend.
Pound Sterling to Euro (GBP/EUR) Exchange Rate Forecast: Pound Wavers ...  Euro Exchange Rate News
Airbus takes 290M euro charge for military transport crash
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - Plane maker Airbus Group SE said Friday its net profit rose 5 percent in the second quarter to 732 million euros ($805 million) despite a one-time charge stemming from the crash of one of its military transport planes in Spain.
Maybe the euro isn't totally doomed: Ireland and Spain are growing fast
In the euro zone, Greece's debt drama has been stealing most of the headlines. But away from Athens, there was a rare batch of good news out of euroland today.