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Wobbly euro economy may get bigger push from central bank
FILE - In this Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, file photo, Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, stands next to a facsimile of the new 20 euro banknote in Frankfurt, Germany. Analysts are already talking about when and how the European Central ...
Grexit may be better for Greece: Euro architect
Issing raised eyebrows earlier this summer when he said that the euro's irreversibility was an "illusion," contradicting current ECB members who have insisted that there is no going back from the single currency.
Dollar Slumped Against Euro, Yen in August
The dollar retreated against the euro and the yen in August as rising concerns over global growth and inflation moved investors to push back expectations for higher U.S.
US Dollar Drops, Euro and Yen Press Higher Amid Market Turmoil  DailyFX
Euro, yen post monthly gains against the dollar  MarketWatch
MarketsEuropean stock rout worsens as euro jumps
Following yet another set of data that hints China's industrial engine has firmly slowed down, investors are fleeing from European equities while also herding into the eurozone common currency and the Japanese yen, Naomi Rovnick writes.
Euro zone unemployment hits a 3-year low
The unemployment rate across the 19 euro zone member states averaged 10.9 percent in July, the lowest level since February 2012, data from Eurostat, the European Union's statistical body, showed on Tuesday.
Euro-Area Joblessness Declines to Lowest Level Since Early 2012  Bloomberg
Euro zone unemployment falls to three-year low  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
China manufacturing contracts, euro zone and US slows
LONDON China's giant manufacturing industry contracted and euro zone and U.S. growth eased in August in data published on Tuesday, while the International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for world growth this year.
Euro zone factory growth eases in Aug despite modest price rises: PMI  CNBC
Euro zone factory growth eases in August despite modest price rises - PMI  Business Insider
RWE Booted Out of Euro Stoxx 50 as Biggest Benchmark Loser
RWE AG, Germany's largest power producer, is getting booted off the benchmark Euro Stoxx 50 Index after its shares dropped 49 percent this year, dragged down by a slump in electricity prices to the lowest in more than a decade.
Ivory Coast Has `No Fear' of Euro Peg, Keeps Growth Targets
Ivory Coast's economy has benefited from the stability of a currency pegged to the euro and has so far escaped any fallout from the economic slowdown in China, Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan said.
Macron's French Vista of Euro Area Draws Rebuff in Berlin
France's proposal to create an economic government for the euro area with its own budget requires treaty changes for which there is no appetite among European Union leaders, European Parliament President Martin Schulz said Monday.
Exes reunited after plea scrawled on a 20 euro note sweeps Facebook
Exes reunited after woman's plea scrawled on a 20 euro note sweeps Facebook... but they're keeping everyone guessing.