Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Euro news

  
Showing stories 11 - 20 of about 70   

Articles published

Dollar dips in wake of jobs data; ECB comments lift euro
On Monday, comments from ECB policymakers Ewald Nowotny and Yves Mersch suggested more monetary easing from the central bank was not imminent, which lifted the euro against the dollar. Nowotny said there was no need to act immediately to counter ...
The laws of euro-nomics  The Economist
Euro hovers around $1.38 for April high  MarketWatch
Related articles »  
Yen slips with Ukraine worries; pound hits 4-1/2-year high
The yen erased modest gains against the dollar and euro and was last down 0.2 percent against both the greenback and the shared euro zone currency in late trading at 102.44 yen and 141.53 yen, respectively. Benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasuries yields ...
Forex - Euro trims gains against dollar after U.S. data  NASDAQ
Dollar backs off one-week highs vs. yen, euro higher  Investing.com
Related articles »  
Lithuania approves plan to adopt euro but awaits green light from Brussels
Lithuania has moved one step closer to joining the euro after the country's parliament approved to switch to the single currency at the start of next year.
Lithuania pushes ahead on euro amid insecurity over Russia  GlobalPost
Seimas establishes euro adoption procedures in Lithuania  The Baltic Course
Related articles »  
Euro-Area Bonds Rise on Fed Minutes as Greece, Ireland Sell Debt
Greek bonds fell, pushing 10-year yields up from near the lowest level since February 2010, as the nation agreed to sell 3 billion euros ($4.17 billion) of five-year notes via banks. Greece received about 600 orders for a total of around 20 billion ...
Germany signals easing on euro area before Merkel's Greek trip  Kathimerini
Troubled euro zone states emerge from crippling crisis  Arab News
Related articles »  
Draghi Drags The Euro Down
European Central Bank (ECB) Governor Mario Draghi and his men have been attempting to drag the euro lower for the past few days with very little success.
Giorgio Armani settles 270m euro tax dispute with Italy
The fashion house Giorgio Armani has paid 270m euros (�222m; $374m) to the Italian authorities to settle a tax bill. A company spokesman confirmed reports that the payment concerned the group's subsidiaries abroad but declined to comment further.
Related articles »  
Chasing Euro glory in four different sports
FC Barcelona may have been knocked out of soccer's Champions League, but all four of the other professional teams are still in contention for their continental titles, and there is plenty to look forward to over the next few weeks.
Euro zone's February output suggests gradual recovery strengthening
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Output at the euro zone's factories rose broadly in line with expectations in February, driven by production of intermediate and non-durable goods, suggesting the bloc's recovery is gradually strengthening, EU data showed on Monday.
Related articles »  
RPT-Euro-denominated bonds lure emerging borrowers, European funds
LONDON, April 15 (Reuters) - Governments and companies from the developing world are increasingly turning to euro debt markets, lured by the falling costs of borrowing there and European investors' clamour for relatively higher returns.
Euro-denominated bonds lure emerging borrowers, European funds  Reuters India
Related articles »  
Euro Periphery Emerges as Haven as Bonds Rise Amid Ukraine Feud
The euro area's higher-yielding government bonds are emerging as a haven from emerging-market turmoil as the prospect of greater stimulus from the European Central Bank underpins demand for the securities.