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The euro: soon to be the strongest big currency on the planet
The euro could soon be the strongest major currency on the planet. Morgan Stanley is predicting a stronger euro and a weakening pound - the trend that has dominated currency markets in 2017 - will combine to make the single currency more valuable than ...
Euro claws back some ground after ECB disquiet over strength
The euro ended the week on a steadier note after signs that the European Central Bank is uneasy about the risk of an overshoot in the single currency triggered a bout of selling.
Pound V euro: GBP close to seven-year low against EUR  Express.co.uk
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate's Date With Destiny: September 7's ECB Meet  Pound Sterling Live
Euro picks up after knock from ECB
The euro has shaken off the dent it suffered on signs that the European Central Bank is uneasy about the risk of an overshoot.
Euro slides on ECB currency concerns - as it happened  The Guardian
ECB Expresses Concern With the Euro Exchange Rate's Meteoric Rise  Pound Sterling Live
What is the best place to buy euros and to get the best exchange rate?
AS the pound continues to struggle against most other major currencies, including the euro, getting good value for your holiday money is a real challenge.
Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling rallies as single currency is hit by doubts
The drop in the euro's value came after the minutes from the European Central Bank's July policy meeting were published, with it revealed that "concerns were expressed about the risk of the exchange rate overshooting in the future.
POUND LIVE: Euro on edge after European Central Bank raises fears for economy
The worries were revealed in the minutes of the ECB's latest meeting and sent the euro tumbling. The pound is now attempting to break above 1.09 against the eurozone currency.
Euro Bulls Not Cowed By ECB  Bloomberg
And it's gone: Pound stumbles to new low against euro  Financial Times
UBS calls time on overweight positions in euro
The euro's run higher has been one of the big market themes of the year but could it be time to take profits from long positions in the shared currency?
Markets are far too optimistic – the euro's surge can't last
Six pounds for a small beer, �12 for a bottle of suntan lotion, �22 for an inflatable duck … As anyone taking a holiday in Europe will be painfully aware, the euro has been on a surge on the currency markets this year, and the zone is getting more ...
Why a Franco-German bargain will help secure the euro
At the centre of such a bargain could be a macroeconomic stabilisation mechanism for the euro area that balances the demand for stricter rules and more solidarity.
Sterling set for third week of losses against euro after further weakness
Sterling fell against the euro again on Friday and was poised for a third consecutive week of losses as a global sell-off in risky assets prompted investors to cut bets after a week of tepid UK data.