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Netherlands holds inquiry into whether to ditch euro
Politicians in the Netherlands have commissioned a report into whether or not the country should keep the euro, with a "comprehensive debate" on the issue expected to take place after the general election next month.
Could Holland DITCH the euro? Dutch MPs order probe into whether Netherlands ...  Daily Mail
Netherlands holds inquiry on euro after ECB easing hits Dutch pensions
Euro zone economy: real recovery or another Sirens' song?
LONDON Over the years, euro zone economic growth has been a bit like the Sirens in Homer's Odyssey: singing a song of promise, only to end up pulling you onto the rocks.
Will the French Election Break Up the Euro?
The upcoming French elections have all the makings of the next event to have a profound impact on the financial markets, as a break-up of the Euro, the common currency for the European Union, is on the table. Following Brexit, the US election, and a ...
How Le Pen's plan to quit the euro could spell economic disaster for France  The Local France
Euro forecast to PLUNGE ahead of French elections, warn experts
Euro forecast to PLUNGE ahead of French elections, warn experts. THE euro could dive in the coming weeks as investor fears around the French election gather pace, experts have warned.
Pound to Euro Rate This Week: Why Trump's Tax Plans Could be Huge for ...  Pound Sterling Live
Will Eurozone Inflation Data See Euro Pound Rise This Week?  Euro Exchange Rate News
Euro Set for Third Weekly Decline; Further Losses Seen Limited
ABN Amro has revised up its euro forecasts while UBS Asset Management is overweight the single currency versus the dollar. The euro fell to a six-week low against the dollar this week amid heightened investor worries that France's far-right ...
Germany, France & Italy call for UK to pay multibillion-euro Brexit 'divorce bill'
A number of EU states, including Germany, Italy, France and the Czech Republic have expressed their approval for the European Commission's plan to demand that the UK pays a hefty compensation bill before the Brexit talks will even start.
End of the euro? French candidate plots return of the franc
No country has left the euro since its creation in 1999. A number of economists paint dire scenarios in which the departure of one of the euro's 19 countries unleashes chaos: market plunges, controls on money transfers, customs officers stopping people ...
Euro plummets to 6 week lows as Le Pen's presidential bid looms: SocGen  CNBC
Frexit Risks Help Pound to Euro Exchange Rate to Fresh Two-Month High  Pound Sterling Live
Euro Bears Return as First Round of France Vote Comes Into Focus
The euro is slipping again, after Wednesday's modest bounce proved too weak to last. Concerns about European political risks that were recently focused on the second round of France elections are now broadening to include the first round and even next ...
Decomposing the euro area's current account surplus
So while the simple explanation for the euro area's emergence as the world's primary source of global imbalances is that consumption and investment plunged relative to the rest of the world, another way of looking at it is that people both inside and ...
How France scrapping the euro could go beyond a 'Lehman moment'
Past performance is no guide to future returns, as investors are so often told, but the French electorate runs the risk of creating a crisis worse than the fall of Lehman Brothers if it follows the U.K.