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Swiss central bank now has 'unofficial euro target'
The SNB's announcement on 15 January that it had scrapped its cap of SFr1.20 to the euro - the centrepiece of its monetary policy since September 2011 - unleashed a surge in the value of the currency and turmoil on the foreign exchange markets.
Post Mortem on the Swiss Franc Euro-Peg Shock  ValueWalk
Swiss franc falls on intervention speculation as euro rises  Reuters
Net dollar longs fall for 2nd week, euro shorts up -CFTC, Reuters
(Adds details, table) Jan 30 (Reuters) - Speculators reduced bets in favor of the U.S. dollar in the latest week and propelled net shorts on the euro to their highest level since June 2012, according to data from the Commodity Futures Trading ...
Net dollar longs fall, euro shorts up  Business Recorder
Greece really might leave the euro
The world's worst portmanteau is back: Grexit. That's short for "Greek exit," as in Greece leaving the euro. And it's once again a possibility now that the left-wing, anti-austerity party Syriza has won power in the latest elections. The risk, as I've ...
France's Sapin says Greece has no future outside the euro  Reuters
Tsipras Targets Euro Area Deal Ahead of Diplomatic Push  Bloomberg
No 'Grexit' from euro, EU's Moscovici vows
After meeting with the head of the Eurogroup - the finance ministers of the 19 EU states that have the euro as their currency - the new Greek finance minister said he would not work with the troika - the European Commission, European Central Bank and ...
EU's Moscovici wants Greece in euro  The Daily Star
Majority of Germans favor Greece remaining in euro: poll
Just 26 percent wanted Greece out of the euro. The new government in Athens made clear from its first day in power last week that it would not back down on its election pledge to abandon the austerity policies imposed on Greece in a bailout program ...
Majority of Germans favour Greece remaining in euro
Greece and the euro's future
IT WAS in Greece that the infernal euro crisis began just over five years ago. So it is classically fitting that Greece should now be where the denouement may be played out�thanks to the big election win on January 25th for the far-left populist ...
Business and the euro
ONLOOKERS could be excused for thinking that Christmas had come again to the euro zone this month. On January 22nd the European Central Bank (ECB) said it was ready to buy over �1 trillion ($1.1 trillion) of sovereign and asset-backed bonds between ...
Euro zone slides deeper into deflation  CNBC
Euro-Area Prices Extend Slide as ECB Fights Deflation  Bloomberg
As Dollar Strengthens vs. Euro, Events Abroad Are More Affordable to Americans
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- As a result of the deflating euro, it's never been a better time to attend an event in Europe. With the historic dip of the euro in the wake of the Syriza party's win in Greece's general election last Sunday, Europeans looking ...
Here's How to Play an Improving Europe, Falling Euro
The most popular exchange-traded fund of 2015 is making a big bet on Europe. The WisdomTree Europe Hedged Equity Fund HEDJ -1.37% has collected $2.2 billion in new investor money so far this year, the most of all 1,651 ETFs.
Euro tumbles on Greek vote results, approaches 11-year low
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The euro weakened on Monday, approaching an 11-year low versus the U.S. dollar after projections showed Greece's Syriza party had won a snap election, raising the risk that the country may demand a debt write-off and end ...
It's Time for Greece to Decide If It's Leaving the Euro  Mother Jones
Opinion: The euro is crashing below parity, and will get cheaper still  MarketWatch