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'Euro currency under threat'
The Five Star Movement in Italy, as well as the National Front in France, are clearly Euroskeptic, said economist Felix Moreno. If these two major EU countries were for a direct exit from the euro, it would be a grave threat to the currency, he added.
Euro 2016: Iceland fans win Fifa nomination for chant
The Iceland football supporters who captured the imagination at the European Championships in France this year have been nominated as fans of the year in a new Fifa contest.
Dollar Falls as Euro Rallies
Bargain hunters scooped up the euro from a 20-month low hit earlier in the session, after Italian voters on Sunday rejected constitutional changes backed by the government.
Ireland says euro fiscal rules constraining its investment needs
Michael Noonan asked his euro zone counterparts on Monday to grant Ireland flexibility within the rules to ramp up capital spending, which ground to a halt during the financial crisis in a country which also has the EU's fastest growing population.
Forex Traders Buying Aggressively into Euro Weakness versus US Dollar
EURUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the EURUSD stands at 1.75 as 64% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was 1.43; 59% of open positions were long.
It looks like the dollar won't be catching the euro quite yet after all
However, that level is still weaker than Election Day, when the euro was near $1.13. Longer term, Chandler and many currency strategists still expect the euro to reach a one-to-one exchange rate with the U.S. dollar. They said the greenback looks set ...
Italy's rebel economist hones plan to ditch the euro and restore the Medici florin
The once-unlikely and remote prospect of an anti-euro government in Italy is suddenly becoming a real possibility, threatening to rock the European Union to its foundations within weeks.
Yields rise, euro dips as ECB trims bond purchases
The euro saw its biggest one-day percentage drop against the dollar since June after the ECB said it would reduce its bond buying program to 60 billion euros a month from 80 billion, but extended it from April to December 2017. ECB President Mario ...
Euro zone needs more risk-sharing, euro zone budget would help: ESM's Regl...
HELSINKI The euro zone needs a way to share economic risks through a fiscal mechanism and through capital markets, the head of the euro zone bailout fund said, noting a euro zone budget did not have to entail debt mutualization or permanent transfers.
Vestager to fine 3 lenders for euro-rate rigging
The three banking giants were charged with rigging the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (Euribor) interest rate benchmark in 2013 when several other major lenders - Deutsche Bank, Soci�t� G�n�rale and Royal Bank of Scotland - were fined a total of almost ...
Banks fined �413m over euro rate rigging  BBC News