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Euro heads lower to 28-month lows as ECB inches towards quantitative easing
The euro fell to $1.2253 EUR=, close to 28-month lows of $1.2247 struck on Dec. 8. "The current measures from the ECB, like the targeted long term refinance operations, are falling short in helping the balance sheet size increase to 1 trillion euros ...
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Lithuania Risks a Greek Euro Tragedy
It's probably too late for Lithuania to reconsider its plan to abandon its currency, the litas, and become the 19th member of the euro on Jan 1. But Greece's mess is a cautionary tale about the potential consequences of ceding sovereignty over monetary ...
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Nine charts showing why Greece has to leave the euro
Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras says he does not want Greece to leave the euro, but after �245bn (�193bn) in loans and bailouts from the Troika, and one near-debt default later, here are the numbers that show why Greece can't remain in the single currency ...
What Syriza Says About Greece's Economy, Its Debt and the Euro  Bloomberg
HIGHLIGHTS-Greece's Tsipras on debt relief, reforms, euro  Reuters
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Exclusive: ECB considers making weaker euro zone states bear more ...
There is currently a stand off between the ECB and Germany's Bundesbank over ECB preparations to buy sovereign bonds, so-called quantitative easing (QE), to shore up the flagging euro zone economy. But while the idea may help overcome opposition in ...
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The Economist explains Why Lithuania is about to adopt the euro
THE euro zone is in a terrible state. Growth has been anaemic for years. It is on the verge of deflation, where prices fall, thereby pushing up the value of debt.
Slight majority of Lithuanians think positive of euro  GlobalPost
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Yen weakens as risk sentiment improves
The dollar gained 0.5 percent against Japan's currency to buy 119.40 yen, while the euro rose about 0.4 percent to 146.58 yen.
Yen slips against dollar, euro as risk sentiment improves  Economic Times
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Euro getting "pound"ed
Indeed, the only clear takeaway is that the central bank's action will, as ever, be entirely dependent on incoming economic data.
EUR/GBP: Euro Getting Pound-ed by Rival
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To save itself, Greece must exit the euro
The bottom line is that Greece, and a number of other eurozone nations, do indeed urgently need to leave the euro - but not in the politically chaotic fashion that would occur in the event of a Syriza election victory.
Regardless of Greek Election Result, Euro Exit Not Likely  Institutional Investor
The euro zone to be haunted again in 2015?  CNBC
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Dollar and euro are overvalued � Russian Security Council secretary
PETROZAVODSK, December 17. /TASS/. The euro and dollar are overvalued in Russia, and they will soon fall; people who convert rubles into currency make a mistake, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev said Wednesday.
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The Future Of The Euro Could See Trouble Today
It was almost exactly five years ago that the euro crisis erupted, starting in Greece. Investors who had complacently let all eurozone countries borrow at uniformly low levels abruptly woke up to the riskiness of an incompetent government borrowing ...
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