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US Dollar Rallies Against Yen, Euro
The dollar jumped against the yen and the euro on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen signaled the central bank could raise U.S.
Dollar up against euro ahead of Fed; oil worries lift yen  Economic Times
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The Economist explains Why Lithuania is about to adopt the euro
THE euro zone is in a terrible state. Growth has been anaemic for years. It is on the verge of deflation, where prices fall, thereby pushing up the value of debt.
Slight majority of Lithuanians think positive of euro  GlobalPost
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To save itself, Greece must exit the euro
The bottom line is that Greece, and a number of other eurozone nations, do indeed urgently need to leave the euro - but not in the politically chaotic fashion that would occur in the event of a Syriza election victory.
Samaras Summons Bond Vigilantes With Euro Exit Talk  Bloomberg
Regardless of Greek Election Result, Euro Exit Not Likely  Institutional Investor
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The Future Of The Euro Could See Trouble Today
It was almost exactly five years ago that the euro crisis erupted, starting in Greece. Investors who had complacently let all eurozone countries borrow at uniformly low levels abruptly woke up to the riskiness of an incompetent government borrowing ...
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Dollar Lengthens Slump Against Yen and Euro
The dollar slumped to a one-month low against the yen on Tuesday, as tumbling oil prices continued to fuel investors' concerns about global growth.
Euro Lures Carry Trade Kudos in Worst Year Since '05: Currencies  Bloomberg
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Greece and the euro
IT WAS almost exactly five years ago that the euro crisis erupted, starting in Greece. Investors who had complacently let all euro-zone countries borrow at uniformly low levels abruptly woke up to the riskiness of an incompetent government borrowing ...
Euro edges up, political instability in Greece  CNBC
Greek Bonds Extend Worst Week Since Euro Crisis  Bloomberg
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Euro Zone Outlook: Weaker Currency, Stronger Stocks
Within a few years, the euro probably will drop further, perhaps to $1, as we predicted in our cover story, �The Euro's Fate,� on July 16, 2012. These are the likely consequences of Mario Draghi's vow two years ago to do �whatever it takes� to preserve ...
ECB lending meets estimates; euro steady  CNBC
EUR/USD � Euro Lower Ahead of ECB LTRO, US Key Numbers  MarketPulse (blog)
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Weak Euro Becoming Key to Europe's Recovery
If that creme brulee in a Paris cafe seems a bit cheaper for U.S. tourists next summer, they may have the European Central Bank to thank for it.
Euro-zone QE  The Economist (blog)
Draghi's finger on trigger: Where next for euro?  CNBC
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Euro zone business activity posts weak growth
Euro zone December flash composite purchasing manager's index (PMI) data from Markit - a closely-watched indicator of economic growth - came in at 51.7, just above analyst forecasts of 51.5 and November's final reading of 51.1.
Euro zone private sector ends 2014 with weak growth, more price cuts: PMI  Reuters
Weak private sector growth data pushes euro zone yields to new lows  Economic Times
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Dollar Climbs Against Euro After ECB Official Talks About QE
The dollar strengthened against the euro Wednesday after an official with the European Central Bank indicated the central bank was closer to launching a large-scale asset purchase program focused on government bonds.