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Tour agency Asia-Euro Holidays in Chinatown closes suddenly
The sudden closure of a tour agency in Chinatown Point has left its staff and customers in shock. The staff of Asia-Euro Holidays were asked to leave work earlier than usual, at about 5.30pm, last Friday, Chinese evening newspaper Lianhe Wanbao ...
STB revokes Asia-Euro Holidays' travel agent licence  Channel News Asia
Time to bag a bargain holiday: Pound is at seven-year high against euro
Mike Hazell, director of personal finance at Debenhams, said: “The value of the pound against the euro means prices are much cheaper for Britons as the pound goes a lot further.
ECB battles to keep euro under control
Until this week, an unexpected rebound in the euro had threatened to upset the plans of the European Central Bank, which wants a weak currency to help revive the eurozone.
UPDATE 1-ECB's Draghi warns divergence a threat to euro  Reuters
ECB's Draghi urges euro zone to unite for economic reform  Business Insider
Tsipras Urges European Creditors to Compromise on Greek Deal
A Greek exit from the euro is just a matter of time and wouldn't lead to the breakup of monetary union, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told Het Financieele Dagblad in an interview published Saturday.
Merkel pushes for Greece deal at Euro meet  The Local.de
Euro, Sterling Tumble Against Dollar
The euro and the British pound tumbled against the dollar Friday, after data showed that U.S. consumer prices rose for the third straight month in April, sending the buck sharply higher.
Dollar books 1st weekly gain against euro in 5 weeks  MarketWatch
Fintech takes on 135 mln euro commitment in Monte Paschi cash call
The U.S. fund headed by Mexican billionaire David Martinez bought its stake ahead of last year's 5 billion euro capital increase and took part in it.
Monte Paschi prices 3bn-euro rights issue at big discount  Business Recorder (press release) (blog)
ECB controversy over speech that sank the euro
The European Central Bank (ECB) has changed the way it publishes comments, just days after a speech by a key bank member gave away market-moving information to a select group of market participants.
Euro Continues to Fall; European Stocks Extend Gains  Wall Street Journal
ECB hands Greeks a reprieve as banks teeter on the brink  Telegraph.co.uk
Greece should quit euro 'temporarily': Ifo's Sinn
Talk that Greece is on the brink of a debt default that could trigger its exit from the euro zone has grown this week. A senior ruling party official said on Wednesday that Greece would be unable to make a payment to the International Monetary Fund on ...
Everybody Loves the Pound as Traders Forecast 2007 High to Euro
Concerns over the U.K. election forgotten, the pound has become a favorite of foreign-exchange strategists who are predicting a surge to the highest level against the euro in more than seven years. Sterling just posted its biggest weekly gain versus ...
MarketsDollar races to $1.10 vs euro ahead of Yellen
Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen may yet crash the dollar's party when she speaks on monetary policy later on Friday, but for now the greenback is having a sizzling end to the week.
Dollar regains footing, rises after US inflation data uptick  Reuters UK