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Merkel's Truths Lead Greece to Unavoidable Deal on Euro Bailout
(Bloomberg) -- It took a few simple truths from Germany's Angela Merkel on the basics of euro-area crisis management to pacify the combative new government in Athens.
The Euro Was a Bad Idea From the Start  Foreign Policy (blog)
The unlikely winners of Greece's surrender on euro  TheNewsTribune.com
Coca-Cola Sells $9.5 Billion in Euro-Denominated Bonds
On Thursday, Coca-Cola Co. became the latest American firm to tap the market, selling �8.5 billion ($9.5 billion) worth of new bonds, the largest euro-denominated bond from an American firm on record and the second-largest by any company in the currency.
Coca-Cola Sets Euro Deal Record for U.S. Firms in Bond Stampede  Bloomberg
FOREX-Dollar jumps on US data, Bullard; euro falls
Euro falls to 1-month low vs dollar, 3-week low vs yen. * Dollar index rises to highest in a month (Updates market action; changes dateline, previous LONDON).
Dollar eases, euro rises  Independent Online
Dollar reaches 1-month high on data, Fed remarks  CNBC
Redesigned 20-Euro Note Introduced by ECB
FRANKFURT - The euro may be one of the most embattled currencies on the planet, but at least it will soon feature some of the coolest technology.
Euro zone lending shows sign of turnaround as morale improves  Reuters
New Gothic 20 euro note revealed  euronews
Euro-Area Economic Sentiment Improves as ECB Set to Commence QE
(Bloomberg) -- Economic sentiment in the euro area rose to a seven-month high and German unemployment dropped, keeping the region on a recovery path as the European Central Bank prepares to unleash its quantitative-easing program.
ECB helps lift euro zone mood in February, outside of Germany  Irish Independent
Get Over It Pundits, Greece Is Not Leaving The Euro Even If It 'Leaves' The Euro
About Greece and the euro, a conservative U.S. magazine recently opined that �A common currency for the European Union was always a bad idea, because it required a common monetary policy for very different economies.
If Greece Leaves The Euro, Who's Next?
If the Greeks cannot reach an agreement, they threaten to exit the euro currency which will have serious repercussions for the Eurozone economies as well as for the rest of the world.
Euro gains on agreement to extend Greece's bailout package  Reuters
German-Led Bloc Willing to Let Greece Leave Euro: Malta  Bloomberg
Pound hits SEVEN YEAR high against the Euro in boost for holidaymakers
Holidaymakers were given a boost today as the pound soared to a seven-year high against the Euro. The pound is now worth just over �1.36 - the highest level since December 2007, just before the economic crash.
Government planned for euro collapse
In an interview with The Irish Times ahead of the Labour Party conference, Mr Howlin publicly disclosed for the first time that �elaborate and detailed� plans were made for a euro collapse. He indicated contingency plans were in place for the re ...
The new euro banknotes feature a disturbing Greek myth
Amid Greece's approval from the European Commission on its proposed reform measures to extend its bailout program, the ECB released new banknotes named after the Greek mythology figure "Europa" - which the continent is obviously named after.