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Opinion: Three ways Draghi could burn the euro bulls
Populists were about to storm the citadels of power in Paris and Rome. Countries would splinter away from the euro. Greece would be back in crisis, terror attacks would shake the continent, the departure of the U.K.
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2017 Article IV Consultation on Euro Area Policies  International Monetary Fund
Shift in Euro Behavior to Persist as ECB Officials Drop Dovish Tone  DailyFX
Euro Area: There Is Recovery, But Reforms Are Needed
Euro area recovery has strengthened over the last year, bringing with it more jobs and opportunities. All euro area members are sharing in the recovery now, with the differences in growth rates across countries at their lowest level since the launch of ...
Italy to cease issuing 1-, 2-euro cents
'Super firms' claim record share of euro bond sales
The largest sellers of euro corporate bonds are taking a greater share of overall issuance than ever before, fuelling a debate about whether the European Central Bank's bond-buying programme is mainly benefiting those who need the least support.
The euro could be set to surge – and here's how one trader plans to profit
"The euro has been rallying as the dollar has been falling after the Fed indicated that they're more or less done raising interest rates this year," Gordon said Monday on CNBC's "Trading Nation.
Euro, pound leap against the US dollar
The euro and the pound abruptly jumped against the buck in early New York trading on Tuesday, with the common currency coming within a whisker of $1.17.
Euro 2017: Germany beat Russia and win Group B as Italy stun Sweden
Germany took advantage of Sweden's surprise 3-2 defeat to Italy by beating Russia 2-0 to win Group B and set up a Euro 2017 quarter-final with Denmark.
Women's Euro 2017: Fixtures, teams, TV coverage & guide to the ...
Germany & Sweden reach Euros last eight  BBC Sport
Euro breaks through $1.17 for first time since 2015
The euro on Tuesday smashed through the $1.17 mark, a level not seen in two years, underscoring the single currency's vigorous gains this year that came as a surprise to many currencies strategists.
FOREX-Dollar hits 13-month low as Fed meeting begins; euro near 2-1/2-year high  Reuters
Forex - Dollar sinks to fresh 13-month lows, euro gains  Nasdaq
USD Reverses Early Drop as Euro Falls From Highest Since 2015
The dollar reversed earlier losses, supported by a steady climb in Treasury yields. The euro retreated from the highest since 2015 after the International Monetary Fund urged the European Central Bank to be cautious about removing stimulus.
Will the euro break out of a two-year trading band?
That is because to some observers, the euro is undervalued and the ECB accepts this. He “did not argue forcefully enough .
PRECIOUS-Gold at 3-week high as ECB comments lift euro, dollar falls  Reuters UK
GLOBAL MARKETS-Draghi QE talk pushes euro to 14-month high  Reuters
Euro 2017 stutters of Germany and France a sign of rising standards
Although not as all-conquering in Europe as they were before Euro 2013, Germany contain a huge amount of quality and have more experience than any other side when it comes to handling the pressures of major tournaments.
Women's EURO: Who needs what to go through?