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To beat austerity, Greece must break free from the euro
... president of the European Central Bank, ratcheted up the pressure by tightening the terms of liquidity provision. Worried by developments, depositors withdrew funds; towards the end of negotiations Greek banks were losing a billion euros of ...
Investors are increasingly expecting the euro zone to break apart  Business Insider
Euro zone bond yields pinned at lows with ECB eyed  Reuters
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.
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.
Dollar nudges 11-year high as euro gives up gains  CNBC
FOREX-Dollar index hits 11-year high as US/euro zone rate gap widens  Reuters
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.
Greece is being forced into purgatory to save the euro
With the Budget just over two weeks away, my thoughts will soon be turning to matters fiscal here in the UK. But this week I find myself compelled to write about Greece.
Euro zone deflation eases as region awaits QE
The data come as the ECB prepares to launch a 1 trillion euro ($1.1 trillion) quantitative easing program in an effort to boost the euro zone economy. An ECB spokesman told CNBC Monday that there was no formal start date, but the program was expected ...
Investors slash exposure to the euro
The dramatic moves illustrate widespread concerns that the onset of quantitative easing, the emergence of negative interest rates and the lingering possibility of a break-up of the eurozone could further undermine the euro. It has already tumbled 20 ...
Greece's week before March 9 meeting of euro finance ministers
Greece faces another week of hurdles before the March 9 meeting of euro-region finance ministers in Brussels, where they will evaluate the government's list of proposed measures aimed at keeping aid flowing.
Despite Greece, euro zone is turning the corner  Reuters
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.
The Euro Was a Bad Idea From the Start
That's understandable, but it shouldn't be allowed to distort the debate and allow Europe to dodge the much-needed thorough assessment of the entire euro project: Does it still make sense, given its constraints and limits? What should be the way forward?
Dollar hits session highs vs. euro, Swiss franc drops  Nasdaq
Implications Of A Greece Exit: More Than Just 2% Of Euro GDP  ValueWalk