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Euro steadies after biggest fall since Brexit vote
But despite the more than 2-cent fall that resulted on Thursday, at $1.0612 EUR= the euro is still a cent above November's lows - reflecting doubts over the broader dollar rally which has dominated the past quarter.
Euro Falls After ECB Meeting  Wall Street Journal
ECB policy decision sparks volatility for euro and government bonds  Financial Times
Top official in Italy's M5S increases call for referendum on euro
Asked whether the party had considered the repercussions of leaving the euro, which most economists believe would carry big risks for Italy and the global markets, Di Battista said he “understood well the consequences of the introduction of the euro”.
Italian populists renew anti-euro stance while eyeing power  Fox News
Italian populists seek vote on euro  The Durango Herald
David Cameron warns future of euro in jeopardy
David Cameron has warned the future of the euro is uncertain during a speech in the United States. The former Prime Minister was speaking to students at DePauw University in Indiana when he said he sees “more trouble ahead” for the currency and that it ...
Euro tumbles to 20-month low after Italy PM resigns
The euro fell to a 20-month low on Monday and investors fled riskier assets after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign following a stinging defeat on constitutional reform that could destabilise the country's shaky banking system.
The Euro: Looking Through the Political Jitters  Wall Street Journal
Italy's rebel economist hones plan to ditch the euro and restore the ...
Ireland's economy fizzed in Q3 despite euro gains
While the exact terms under which the U.K. will leave the EU have yet to be negotiated, one immediate consequence of the June vote was a sharp depreciation of the pound against the euro, which Ireland uses. That depreciation raised the price of Irish ...
Euro Bears Looking To Sell on Rallies
An expansive monetary policy buys time for reforms, but too much stimulus creates an unstable financial market. The ECB's decision to reduce their monthly bond-buying rate as of April next year sends the market the correct message, especially after the ...
ECB Has High Burden of Proof to Weaken Euro Today  DailyFX
Euro Chopped Lower Before Stabilizing
The euro has stabilized after extending yesterday's ECB-driven losses. The euro's drop yesterday was the largest since the UK referendum to leave the EU.
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.
'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.
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 ...