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Seven changes needed to save the euro and the EU
Germany likes to blame the victim, pointing to Greece's profligacy and the debt and deficits elsewhere. But this puts the cart before the horse: Spain and Ireland had surpluses and low debt-to-GDP ratios before the euro crisis. So the crisis caused the ...
Expected rise in euro spells grief for ECB and exporters
The foreign exchange market increasingly expects the euro to strengthen, posing problems for eurozone exporters and leaving the European Central Bank with a mountainous task to support them with policies that weaken the single currency.
Euro currency doomed unless changes made, says Nobel-winner Joseph Stiglitz
Stiglitz, who is the author of the new book "The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe," believes the euro zone is trying to have it both ways, living in what he calls a "halfway house," which is "unsustainable." He believes it ...
The Euro and Its Threat to the Future of Europe by Joseph Stiglitz – review  The Guardian
Joseph Stiglitz Blames the Euro For Progressive Failure  Wall Street Journal
Pound sterling set for all-time low against the Euro, say HSBC and UBS
When UK businessman Paul Frampton bought the spending money for his family vacation to Tuscany this month, he was astonished to be charged almost a pound for each euro he purchased. “I was flabbergasted,” said the 41-year-old media-company boss, ...
Britons Abroad Already Know What Pound-Euro Parity Feels Like  Bloomberg
Britons hit in pocket as pound nears euro parity  Irish Independent
Euro fails to stick to the script
If Jean-Claude Trichet was still running the European Central Bank, he'd no doubt be tempted to wheel out his trademark B-word to describe the rally in the euro: brutal. To the chagrin of Brits soaking up the sun on the Med, the currency has been ...
The IMF Sacrificed Greece To Save The Euro
The International Monetary Fund's top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an ...
Sterling gains against euro and dollar after positive data
The pound's advance against the euro, meanwhile, was somewhat more surprising as it came despite data released earlier in the day which showed the Eurozone had, so far, suffered few, if any, ill-effects from June's Brexit vote.
Euro zone business growth stable in August, France surprises upwards
LONDON Surprisingly strong growth in France supported stable euro zone private business activity during August but factories could face a tougher September as new order growth stumbled, surveys showed on Tuesday.
EUR/USD Short Term View Ahead of Euro-Zone Markit PMIs  DailyFX
EUR/USD Little Changed as Markit Euro-Zone PMIs Look Past Brexit  Yahoo Finance
A split euro is the solution for Europe
That Europe, and especially the eurozone, has not been doing well since the 2008 crisis is beyond dispute. The single currency was supposed to bring prosperity and enhance European solidarity.
Why is a pound worth less than a euro at airports?
... travelling abroad for their summer holiday who have been particularly hit. They would have been especially alarmed at the latest headlines on the currency crash, with The Times and The Guardian reporting the pound had fallen below the value of the ...