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Wall Street, dollar fall after private jobs data, oil up
Euro zone bonds remained in favor as the European Central Bank pushed on with its 1 trillion euro buying plan, while oil was under pressure LCOc1CLc1 amid hopes of an Iran nuclear deal that is expected to loosen sanctions on the OPEC member.
No 'bad thing' if Greece leaves euro: Warren Buffett
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC that if Greece ended up leaving the euro zone, "that may not be a bad thing for the euro." Asked by CNBC's Becky Quick Tuesday whether it could be a good thing for struggling Greece to leave the 19-country ...
Warren Buffett Thinks Greece Leaving The Euro Would Not Be A Bad Idea  Forbes
Buffett Says Greece Exit From Euro Zone 'May Not Be a Bad Thing'  Bloomberg
Candidates put euro at centre of Polish presidential race
For the �BronkoMark�t�, a short stroll from the president's official residence, is stocked with overpriced goods valued in euros. The market is a political stunt intended to thrust the thorny issue of Poland's perpetually delayed entry into the ...
Poland might need national referendum on euro adoption � president  The Sofia Globe
Vincent Kompany sent off but Belgium beat Israel in Euro 2016 qualifier
Belgium held on to beat Israel 1-0 in the Euro 2016 qualifier in Tel Aviv, despite Vincent Kompany being sent off midway through the second half.
Euro 2016 Qualifying Results: Final Scores, Standings, Top Players After Tuesday  Bleacher Report
Belgium beat Israel in Euro qualifier, Holland win versus Spain  Deutsche Welle
The Economist explains
SIGNS are multiplying that the euro area is at long last making a robust recovery. An indicator of business and consumer confidence compiled by the European Commission has reached its highest in March since July 2011.
Why American companies are borrowing more in euros
While nominal borrowing costs are now much lower in Europe than in the US, that by itself isn't a good reason for firms that earn money in dollars to start taking out debt in euros. Modest moves in exchange rates can wipe out any perceived benefits ...
Solid second quarter start for Euro stocks, dollar after blowout first quarter
LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks and the dollar made solid starts to the second quarter on Wednesday as signs of a recovery in the euro zone and expectations of more good U.S. news cheered investors after their blowout last few months. Europe's ...
Euro Stocks Fall, Oil Leads Declines  Wall Street Journal
Weak euro boosts eurozone manufacturing, says PMI survey
Manufacturing and jobs are picking up in the eurozone thanks to the weaker euro, according to a survey. Markit's purchasing managers' index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector rose to a 10-month high of 52.2 in March as eurozone factories benefited from ...
Euro-Area Manufacturing Growth Revised Higher on German Boost  Bloomberg
Euro zone manufacturing picks up in March
Angela Merkel faces euro rebellion as senior official resigns over Greek bail ...
Angela Merkel faces euro rebellion as senior official resigns over Greek bail-out support. Deputy leader of Angela Merkel's sister party steps down over financial aid for Greece.
Euro Critic Quits Merkel's German Coalition in Protest  Bloomberg
Euro bailout rebel quits senior German governing party job  Yahoo News
Euro posts record quarterly drop; Wall St. ends day lower
Investors are betting that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year, while the European Central Bank's one-trillion-euro economic stimulus program is weakening the euro. The euro EUR= on Tuesday was down 0.8 percent against the dollar.
Euro on track for worst quarter...ever  CNBC
Why Is The Euro Dropping? As Greek Debt Crisis Drags On, The Currency On ...  International Business Times