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Euro-Zone Business Confidence Holds Up
Euro-zone businesses were mostly undaunted by growing tensions between the European Union and Russia over Ukraine's future following the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, while banks eased the standards they apply on loans to companies for the ...
Euro zone sentiment improves, overcoming Ukraine crisis concern  Reuters
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Banks in Euro Zone Ease Credit Standards on Business Loans
FRANKFURT�Banks in the euro zone eased the standards they apply on loans to companies for the first time since before the global financial crisis, a European Central Bank survey showed, suggesting the bank-credit squeeze that has hobbled the euro ...
Schneider Electric's First-Half Profit Hit by Euro Strength
Schneider Electric said Wednesday that its net profit in the first half of the year fell 1% on the year to �821 million ($1.10 billion), even as overall revenue rose to �11.7 billion.
Schneider Electric profit hurt by euro strength  MarketWatch
Schneider Falls as Weaker Utilities Demand Curbs Margin  Bloomberg
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Euro stamina challenged by Draghi's mettle
Back in 2012, the euro fell to nearly $1.20 - the lowest level since the eurozone crisis erupted in early 2010. After Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, promised in July 2012 to �do whatever it takes� to save the currency, however ...
Euro Drops on Interest-Rate Outlook
The euro fell against rivals on Friday as weaker-than-expected German data highlighted the diverging interest-rate prospects for the euro zone and other regions. The euro slid 0.3% against the greenback, to $1.3428, down 0.7% for the week and reaching ...
US dollar hits 8-month high against euro on weak German Ifo  Reuters
Global stocks and euro pressured by German data, US results  The Star Online
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FOREX-Euro slides below $1.34, eyes on Fed and US GDP
LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - The euro fell below $1.34 on Wednesday for the first time since last November before German inflation data that was likely to add to the case for the European Central Bank pumping more money into a moribund economy.
Euro Spiral Continues Ahead Of US GDP And Jobs Data  Investing.com
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Germany's trade surplus: Feeding euro crisis
Lest you have forgotten the euro crisis, the next chapter is about to play out. That is not to say the previous chapters have been concluded.
Euro Zone Relies Too Much on ECB
Walking a high-wire without a safety net is dangerous. But having a safety net doesn't make it any less difficult. It is now two years since Mario Draghi gave the euro zone its safety net by pledging to do "whatever it takes" to save the single currency.
Euro Zone M3 Money Supply 1.5% vs. 1.1% forecast  Investing.com
ECB report: Euro zone private-sector lending up 1.7 percent in June  Gant Daily
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Euro-Area Economic Confidence Unexpectedly Rises
Euro-area economic confidence unexpectedly increased in July, led by industry and construction, even as price growth remained anemic and geopolitical tensions threatened to undermine the currency bloc's recovery.
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ICE considers changing Liffe cocoa currency to euro-sources
The CME has not announced the currency of its new product but sources said it had reconsidered its earlier plans to launch a sterling contract and was instead looking at using the euro. The CME declined to comment. "If all things were equal then this ...
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