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Stop Blaming Europe's Economic Woes On The Euro
Daily Telegraph columnist Jeremy Warner has concluded that the euro has “destroyed” Europe. It's when journalists write about currencies that one wishes Adam Smith, David Ricardo and John Stuart Mill (to name three) were still around to relieve them of ...
Euro currency doomed unless changes made, says Nobel-winner Joseph Stiglitz
Stiglitz, who is the author of the new book "The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe," believes the euro zone is trying to have it both ways, living in what he calls a "halfway house," which is "unsustainable." He believes it ...
The euro has destroyed the EU and led directly to Brexit  Telegraph.co.uk
Joseph Stiglitz Blames the Euro For Progressive Failure  Wall Street Journal
Wales boss Chris Coleman threatens to AXE Euro 2016 hero Hal Robson-Kanu
Euro 2016 hero Hal Robson-Kanu faces being omitted for Wales' World Cup opener as he is still without a club. Wales striker Robson-Kanu became a free agent before the Euros after choosing to end his 12-year stay at Reading. It looked a wise move as the ...
Euro may leave the FX market sidelines
In a year dominated by sterling's decline, the yen's rise and the dollar's weakness, little impression has been made by the euro - although that may be about to change. The foreign exchange sidelines is not a bad place to be. The pound's sharp fall ...
Can Europe Save the Euro?  U.S. News & World Report
'Flawed at Birth' Euro Project Facing Endless Division, Recriminations  Knowledge@Wharton
Britons Abroad Already Know What Pound-Euro Parity Feels Like
Euro-sterling parity is a reality that wholesale traders, as well as Britons traveling abroad, are going to have to get used to as soon as next year if forecasts by HSBC Holdings Plc and UBS Group AG are to be believed.
Pound sterling set for all-time low against the Euro, say HSBC and UBS  The Independent
A book by Joseph E. Stiglitz
The timing couldn't be better for Joseph Stiglitz's new book, “The Euro.” In it, Stiglitz recounts the tragic irony of how the euro, which was supposed to bring Europe together, is in fact driving it apart, or as he writes: “Economies that were ...
Review Of 'The Euro' By Joseph Stiglitz  Seeking Alpha
'Single currency experiment has been a disaster' admits Nobel Prize ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate: Forecast for the Week Ahead
Overall the euro appears to have limited downside due to a combination of potentially lower global risk appetite from falling commodity prices, a large current account surplus and the lack of ammunition still available to the ECB with which to ease ...
Euro to US Dollar Exchange Rate Forecast: Trading Tips for EUR/USD Post ...  Exchange Rates UK
Seven changes needed to save the euro and the EU
Germany likes to blame the victim, pointing to Greece's profligacy and the debt and deficits elsewhere. But this puts the cart before the horse: Spain and Ireland had surpluses and low debt-to-GDP ratios before the euro crisis. So the crisis caused the ...
Expected rise in euro spells grief for ECB and exporters
The foreign exchange market increasingly expects the euro to strengthen, posing problems for eurozone exporters and leaving the European Central Bank with a mountainous task to support them with policies that weaken the single currency.
Euro fails to stick to the script
If Jean-Claude Trichet was still running the European Central Bank, he'd no doubt be tempted to wheel out his trademark B-word to describe the rally in the euro: brutal. To the chagrin of Brits soaking up the sun on the Med, the currency has been ...