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Any euro recovery could hurt US stocks: Trader
"A lot of people are short the euro. If the euro pops for the rest of the day, it means to me there's probably a corrective phase," trader Jim Iuorio told CNBC's "Squawk Box," shortly after Draghi said the ECB will begin its monthly $66.3 billion bond ...
Germany benefits from weak euro policies it deplores
BERLIN - On the outskirts of Berlin, a small factory cranks out tiny medical probes that delve into the farthest reaches of the human body.
The Absence Of Grexit Strengthens, Not Weakens, The Euro Long Term
There's an interesting argument to be had about whether having Greece within the euro strengthens the currency or whether allowing it (or forcing it) to leave would do so.
Despite Greece, euro zone is turning the corner  Reuters
Euro-Skeptics Rally as Hope Holds Its Own  New York Times
FOREX-Euro dips below $1.10 for first time since 2003
... since September 2003 on selling coming after the European Central Bank said it will begin massive bond buying next week. The euro traded as low as $1.0988 before recovering to $1.1002, off 0.70 percent for the day, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Manufacturing Data Push Dollar Up Against Yen, Euro
The dollar advanced against the yen and the euro on Monday after U.S. manufacturing data preserved market expectations for higher interest rates.
American Real Estate Buyers Take Advantage of the Falling Euro
Lisa Suydam went into contract on a Paris pied-�-terre in November, but the deal still hasn't closed, because the seller needs more time.
Greece will leave euro, and the currency will collapse, predicts Alan Greenspan
Mr. Tsipras's Left-wing Syriza party swept to power last month on a pledge to renegotiate the terms of Greece's 240 billion euro bail-out deal with the EU and International Monetary Fund five years ago. The financially-ruined nation has struggled under ...
Alan Greenspan Says Greek Euro Exit Is Inevitable  Forbes
Alan Greenspan says Greece will have to leave eurozone  The Guardian
Finland: Speeding millionaire gets 54000-euro fine
A Finnish man has been handed a whopping 54,000-euro fine for speeding, it's reported. Finland's speeding fines are linked to income, with penalties calculated on daily earnings, meaning high earners get hit with bigger penalties for breaking the law.
Tuesday's papers: Methanol drinking, a 50000 euro speeding fine and HJK ...  YLE News
Sterling slips from 7-year high vs euro as political risks weigh
Data showing British house prices fall in February for the first time in five months also hurt sentiment. A survey from Nationwide showed annual house price growth of 5.7 percent, the lowest since September 2013.
Denmark's Euro Love Affair a Lesson to Investors in Commitment
After rebuffing two invitations to join the euro, and amid lawmaker's reluctance to call another vote, Danes seemed not to think too highly of Europe's common currency.