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Euro zone inflation slightly higher in October
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Inflation in the 18 countries sharing the euro edged up slightly in October, a first estimate by the European Union's statistics office showed on Friday, giving some hope to policy makers that price deflation can be avoided ...
Euro zone inflation edges up to dim chance of new ECB action  Reuters
Euro zone inflation ticks up but worries remain  CNBC
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Russia's Ruble Plunges Past 43 to US Dollar, 55 to Euro
The ruble dropped past the 43 to the U.S. dollar mark late Wednesday and past the 55 to the euro mark Thursday amid an ongoing rout for the Russian currency as traders and investors sell rubles ahead of a Central Bank meeting this Friday.
Rouble extends run of lows against dollar and euro  Financial Times
Russian Ruble Hits An All-Time Low Against The Euro  Business Insider
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Greece's Euro Dilemma Is Back as Minister Sees Volatility
Samaras's plan to secure that vote involves shaking off the euro area and International Monetary Fund officials who have policed the budget cuts imposed since 2012 and angered voters.
Greek euro dilemma is back as minister predicts volatility  Kathimerini
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UPDATE 1-Bund yields fall on euro deflation worries, shrug off upbeat Fed
"The downside surprise to German inflation further supports the disinflationary/deflation story in the euro zone and will add pressure on the ECB to do more, which is certainly why we are seeing Bunds rally so sharply," said Rabobank senior fixed ...
Weak inflation figures hit euro zone, but not expected to jolt ECB
Brighter euro zone economic sentiment and expectations for a rise in corporate loan demand in the coming quarter offset the bleak inflation readings and gave the ECB some grounds to hold off at least another month before taking any possible further action.
Sturgeon's Euro gambit could galvanise another Scottish independence tilt
Nicola Sturgeon, soon to be SNP leader and Scottish first minister, speaking in Edinburgh on 29 October. 'Her stance is likely to win plaudits with the 60,000-plus new members who joined the SNP after the referendum.
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Euro May Look Past CPI Data, NZ Dollar Down on Building Permits Drop
October's preliminary Eurozone CPI reading headlines the economic calendar in European trading hours. Expectations call for a print at 0.4 percent on the benchmark year-on-year inflation rate, marking a slight improvement after the five-year low of 0.3 ...
Euro Trading Marginally Lower Ahead Of The Euro-Zone's CPI Data
Euro focuses on CPI  IG
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Euro sells off after report ECB considering corporate bond buys
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The euro fell sharply against the dollar on Tuesday after Reuters reported the European Central Bank was looking at buying corporate bonds as soon as December in its efforts to revive the stagnating euro zone economy. The move, if ...
ECB starts buying covered bonds in fight to revive euro zone economy  Reuters UK
Euro Drops on Speculation ECB May Expand Stimulus  Bloomberg
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EUR � UBS still bearish on the euro � will be even more so should the Fed ...
However, global reserves not growing anymore might turn into a negative as diversification flows have provided substantial euro support over the last few years. Yet the most important euro negative might be exogenous once again: The Fed slowly but ...
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Pound to Euro Today: Could GBP/EUR be Gearing Up for a Break Higher?
"The euro's fa�ade of serenity could be deceiving, however, with top-tier data due from the euro zone Friday on inflation and unemployment, two of the strongest headwinds on the 18-country economy that have it on the brink of recession," says Manimbo.