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Singapore Tourism Board revokes Asia-Euro Holidays' licence
STB on Saturday urged all affected consumers to contact the agency regarding the status of their booking or refund. In the event that Asia-Euro Holidays cannot be reached or fails to provide relevant service delivery or refund, consumers with ...
STB revokes Asia-Euro Holidays' travel agent licence  Channel News Asia
Greece Finance Minister Varoufakis: 'Catastrophic to leave euro'
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says if Greece left the euro, it would spell the end of Europe's common currency.
ECB's Draghi urges euro zone to unite for economic reform
"The current situation in the euro area demonstrates that this delay could be dangerous," Draghi said, according to a text of the address released by the ECB, while acknowledging progress had been made, for example with banking union.
ECB battles to keep euro under control  Financial Times
What will get Europe's economy rolling again?  Arab News
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.
Greece Urges Creditors to Compromise as IMF Payment Nears
A day after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Greece can't absorb any more austerity measures, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said his government has met the euro area and IMF three-quarters of the way so it's up to creditors to cover the remainder.
Greeks back government's red lines, but want to keep euro  Business Insider
Dollar books 1st weekly gain against euro in 5 weeks
The euro EURUSD, -0.8819% fell to $1.1000 after the consumer-price data, its lowest level in about three weeks, from $1.1110 late Thursday in New York.
Euro, Sterling Tumble Against Dollar  Wall Street Journal
Dollar Falls as Weak Economic Data Erode Bets on Fed Rate Hike  Bloomberg
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 ...
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
Euro weakness upsets luxury brand pricing
The gap between the prices for luxury handbags, watches and jewellery in Europe and in China is the biggest it has been for three years, as weakness in the euro upsets global pricing strategies for high-end consumer brands. Currency swings mean a ...
Euro under pressure after Greece warns it could fail to meet IMF repayment
The euro has come under pressure on the foreign exchanges after leading Greek politicians warned the country would be unable to make its next debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 5 June without a rapid deal with its creditors.
IMF rules out 'quick and dirty' Greek deal as Juncker warns of ...
Would leaving euro be more of a catastrophe for Greece than staying?  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide