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Greece's grand plan: default and stay in the euro
Unlike the widely-held conjecture that a default would lead inexorably to Greece's ejection from the eurozone, analysts and economists now think there are a number of ways the debt-addled country can retain its membership of the euro while stiffing its ...
Greek default without euro exit conceivable for economists  Kathimerini
Spain to bid for euro zone chair in challenge to Dijsselbloem
RIGA (Reuters) - Spain will make a bid to EU leaders in the coming weeks to take over as chair of euro zone finance ministers' meetings, Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said on Saturday, seeking a post that shapes key policies in the single ...
Euro zone warns Greece no cash till full reform deal
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis faced a harsh morning in which euro zone ministers bemoaned talks they felt "were going nowhere" and one minister said that maybe it was time governments prepared for the plan B of a Greek default.
Dollar falls to 2-week low against euro as durable report disappoints  MarketWatch
Dollar Slumps Against Euro on Weak US Housing Numbers  Wall Street Journal
Blame Germany for Greece's uphill euro zone struggle
Forget it. Greece will get a deal of some sort that will keep it within the euro zone, preserving the notion that the euro is �irreversible,� to use the description beloved by European Central Bank president Mario Draghi. But would that be good news ...
German Bonds Recovery on Weak Data Shows No Time for Going Short  Bloomberg
Bund yields on track for biggest weekly rise in 2015  Reuters
Euro-Region Output Growth Slows as Economy Awaits QE Effect
Growth in euro-area manufacturing and services slowed in April in a sign that bond purchases by the European Central Bank will take time to revive a fragile recovery.
Euro zone recovery just got a 'reality check'  CNBC
Euro zone business activity slows in April  RTE.ie
Euro Ministers Alarmed as Bloc Shuts Down Greece Plan B
Europe's refusal to draw up contingency plans to prepare for the failure of negotiations with Greece is alarming some euro-area finance ministers. Slovenian finance chief Dusan Mramor led the calls at a meeting of the bloc's 19 finance chiefs on Friday ...
Euro or Drachma, Greece Must Finally Choose
Tsipras and his neo-Marxist political party, Syriza, long ago alienated their European creditors with their demands to disregard the terms of the country's bailout, boost public spending and nevertheless stay in the euro. Now Greece is borrowing from ...
Wary of brinkmanship, euro zone steers away from new deadlines for Greece ...  Reuters
Airline and Automaker Earnings; Euro Finance Meeting  New York Times
History's lesson on whether the pound will rise or fall around the election
History paints a patchy picture. The graphic, right, shows the three month movements of the pound against the dollar and euro before and after the five elections since 1992. In four of the past five elections the pound gained against the dollar after ...
What To Buy If Greece Exits The Euro Zone
For example, Germany is currently running the largest trade surplus in the world (218 billion euros over the last 12 months, surpassing the size of China's trade surplus), while France is running a trade deficit.
Samaras Says He'd Join Alliance to Keep Greece in Euro  Bloomberg
Euro, Aussie Dollar May Rise as Yen Falls on Greece Funding Deal  DailyFX
Euro on track for worst quarter...ever
The euro is seen clocking up its biggest quarterly decline at the end of March since its launch in 1999�and could fall even further over the coming months.
The Economist explains  The Economist (blog)
ECB Drives Second-Busiest Emerging Euro-Bond Rush in Decade  Bloomberg