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Euro bears exit as net shorts hit 3-year low
That's the smallest net short euro position in three years, notes RBC Capital Markets, and the trend is probably not too much of a surprise, given it came in the week when the eurozone composite purchasing managers' index hit a near six-year high.
Art of the deal? Swooning dollar firing up pound and euro
The euro, meanwhile, is up by a similar degree to $1.0863, its highest point of the year so far, and indeed the highest since early December.
British Pound to Par the Euro on Tumultuous Brexit Journey  Pound Sterling Live
Deutsche Bank - Pound Will Fall Near To Parity With Dollar And Euro Over Brexit  Forbes
Euro rate LATEST: Euro WEAKENS despite six year high German business confidence
This is keeping the pound marginally more appealing than the euro today. Sterling is on the rise as investors look for safe-havens on the fear markets may have been too confident in US President Donald Trump's abilities to unleash new stimulus measures ...
EUR/USD – Strong German Business Climate Sends Euro to 14-Week High  MarketPulse (blog)
Marine Le Pen moves to reassure French voters over euro
Earlier this year, Ms Le Pen attempted to her soften language on what leaving the euro would mean. She has suggested a “common currency” - similar in structure to the European Currency Unit, or Ecu, that preceded the euro - that would exist in ...
The Euro Could Hit a 15-Year Low If Le Pen Wins in France  Bloomberg
France's Le Pen says euro exit 'wouldn't be chaos'  CNBC
Barclays no longer sees euro-dollar parity in 2017
Barclays analysts said in a report on Thursday that they see the euro reaching a turning point “amid accelerating inflation and stronger economic data”, and as the currency rebounds from the excessive pricing of political risk for the slate of ...
Euro adds to robust gains in March
This week the euro has gained 0.8 per cent against the US currency, taking its rise this month to 2.6 per cent and leaving it worth $1.0825 late on Wednesday.
Europe faces unfinished business on the euro
The move is the latest sign that questions of euro area governance have been driven to the policymaking sidelines by factors ranging from the hammer blow of Brexit to an easing of the economic crisis.
Leaving the euro would be devilishly difficult
ONE BIG QUESTION has lurked throughout the euro crisis: should one or more members quit? The most obvious candidate is Greece, the country where the trouble began.
One Euro Data Point Isn't Quite Going Draghi's Way
“One thing we can be sure of is that the economy in the euro area is picking up momentum and growth is becoming broader based,” said Ken Wattret, an economist at TS Lombard in London.
Euro is a scapegoat for populists, warns ECB chief economist
Amid calls for eurozone exits by France's Marine Le Pen and parts of the Five Star movement in Italy, Peter Praet, an executive board member of the ECB, said the narrative that the euro was the cause of low growth and weak economies was a “deception”.
Leaving the euro would not help France and Italy, insists European Central ...  The Independent
Euro zone banks are still not profitable enough; Brexit is a 'major risk ...  CNBC