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Euro Bears See Rally Running Out of Steam
The euro's recent rally against the dollar could soon run out of steam. The common currency hit a nine month high against the dollar this week, in gains that pose potential challenges for the European Central Bank and the eurozone's already anemic ...
ECB to stop issuing 500 euro note  CNBC
500 euro 'Bin Laden banknote' removed from circulation by ECB  The Independent
How did England get to Euro 2016, who will they face, and what are the odds on ...
The Euro 2016 qualifying campaign was a straightforward one where England were concerned, with the Three Lions advancing to the Finals will an 100% record.
Rio Ferdinand talks pubs, England and Euro 2016
EXCLUSIVE: England hero Peter Shilton on the Premier League men who'll ...  Daily Star
EconomyChart of the day: why euro debtors are still sinning
Rising levels of public debt crimp governments' room to ease the purse strings and start spending more in a bid to boost demand and help growth, writes Mehreen Khan.
Euro Working Group holds teleconference aiming to bridge differences
Deputy eurozone finance ministers, known as the Euro Working Group (EWG), will hold a conference call on Wednesday aimed at bridging differences between the government in Athens and foreign creditors ahead of a crucial eurogroup meeting on Monday, ...
England Euro 2016 squad: Who's in Roy Hodgson's final 23-man party?
Roy Hodgson has decided to go early when it comes to naming his squad for the European Championships. Uefa's rules say that all squads must be registered with them by May 31, but Hodgson - perhaps in a display of confidence, perhaps just so he can ...
The euro just gave dollar bulls one more reason to panic
And now they have one more reason to panic: On Monday, the euro EURUSD, -0.0607% broke above $1.15 for the first time since August.
Euro Set for Longest Run of Gains Since 2013 as Fed Focus Fades  Bloomberg
MarketsEuro surges past $1.16 to nine-month high  Financial Times
Euro zone business surveys suggest slow but steady growth
LONDON Economic growth in the euro zone will be steady but slow in the second quarter, surveys suggested on Wednesday, underlying European Commission concerns about the vulnerability of the currency bloc's upturn.
Euro zone businesses trudged into Q2 - PMI
Dollar weakens against euro, yen as ADP disappoints
The dollar weakened against the euro, yen and pound Wednesday after a report on private-sector employment came in well below expectations.
Buy euros NOW as pound will tumble post-Brexit, sunseekers are told
The fall would take sterling from €1.27 to almost on a par with the euro at €1.08, according to financial research firm Consumer Intelligence.
EUR/USD – Euro Steady at 1.15, Eurozone Service PMIs Next
The euro continues to trade at high levels this week. EUR/USD briefly pushed across the 1.16 line on Tuesday, its highest level since August 2015.