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Robust Euro-Zone Data Offset Impact of Earnings, Geopolitical Tensions
A robust set of economic figures out of the euro zone helped equity indexes across the region recoup earlier losses and offset some of the impact of lackluster corporate earnings and lingering geopolitical tensions.
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Euro Economy Shows Unexpected Strength After ECB Action
Euro-area manufacturing and services activity strengthened in a sign of confidence that further stimulus by the European Central Bank will consolidate a fledgling economic recovery.
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Dollar Advances to 8-Month High Versus Euro on Fed, ECB
The dollar advanced to the highest in eight months versus the euro as borrowing costs and monetary policies between the two economies diverge.
Euro Finally Cracking Lower, Bank Of England's Final Unanimous Minutes  Investing.com
Dollar firms to 8-month high against euro  BusinessWorld Online Edition
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Euro zone business activity rebounds, France lags
Business activity in the euro zone rebounded in July, according to Markit's closely-watched Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), although concerns remain about France's sluggish economy.
Euro zone shares boosted by data, Spanish results
Euro STOXX 50 up 0.5 pct, FTSEurofirst 300 up 0.2 pct. * Strong euro zone data, Spanish results lift recovery hopes.
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FOREX-Euro rises on upbeat business data, NZ dollar sags
NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) - The euro rose on Thursday from an eight-month low versus the U.S. dollar on better-than-expected German and French business data, while the New Zealand dollar sank after that nation's central bank hinted it may pause in ...
European Stocks Rise on Euro-Area Manufacturing, Services
European stocks rose for a third day as manufacturing gains in China and the euro area boosted investors' confidence that the economic recovery is on track.
UPDATE 2-BASF profit misses forecast as strong euro bites
FRANKFURT, July 24 (Reuters) - BASF, the world's largest chemicals maker by sales, became the latest euro zone company to suffer from the strength of the euro, posting lower-than-expected earnings growth even as sales volumes rose. Second-quarter ...
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French PM says euro too strong, EU must do more
"You know I consider that the euro today is too expensive, too strong. To implement the stability pact we need more flexibility ... Europe must do more to accompany the policies carried out by governments," Manuel Valls told RTL radio. Valls referred ...
French PM Valls says euro too strong, EU must do more  Economic Times
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stock indexes, euro inch up on euro zone data, US earnings
NEW YORK, July 24 (Reuters) - Major global stock markets edged higher while the euro rose from an eight-month low against the U.S.