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Why Italy is the most likely country to leave the euro
What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro 16 years ago? Well, probably the one most likely to leave the common currency.
Euro Bonds Pare Monthly Gain on Surprise Jump in Core Inflation  Bloomberg
Let debtor nations leave euro, say German experts
Countries should be able to exit the euro as a “last resort” if they are unable to manage their debts, the German government's independent economic advisers say, in a sign of Berlin's hardening attitude towards propping up fellow members of the single ...
German advisers say euro zone exit should not be taboo  Reuters
German 'Wisemen' Say Euro Zone States Should Be Able To Go Bankrupt  International Business Times
It's the Euro, Stupid
It used to be taken for granted that public support for the European Union and its single currency, the euro, depended on how well -- or badly -- things were going at home.
Greece crisis: Yanis Varoufakis admits 'contingency plan' for euro exit
Addressing Syriza's governing parliamentary secretariat late on Monday, the leader threw down the gauntlet challenging dissidents to come up with a better plan than the one he had been forced to accept to keep Greece in the euro. Rebels have refused to ...
How the Greek Deal Could Destroy the Euro  New York Times
Varoufakis defends his 'plan B' for Greece euro exit  Irish Times
Euro Extends Rise As Eurozone Core Inflation Picks Up
CANBERA (Alliance News) - The euro extended its early advance against the other major currencies in European deals on Friday, as core consumer prices in the euro area accelerated in July and unemployment rate remained unchanged in June at the ...
Maybe the euro isn't totally doomed: Ireland and Spain are growing fast
In the euro zone, Greece's debt drama has been stealing most of the headlines. But away from Athens, there was a rare batch of good news out of euroland today.
Airbus takes 290M euro charge for military transport crash
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - Plane maker Airbus Group SE said Friday its net profit rose 5 percent in the second quarter to 732 million euros ($805 million) despite a one-time charge stemming from the crash of one of its military transport planes in Spain.
Airbus takes 290 million euro charge for military transport crash  Stars and Stripes
Šmicer on Czech Republic's EURO' 96 near-miss The Czech Republic reached the final in their first tournament as an independent nation at EURO '96. Tell us what was it like playing in that talented team.
Pound Bounces off Key 1.40 Support Against the Euro as GDP Remains Strong
The euro has regained the advantage as Greek related headline risk tails off and data improves - we saw frenzied buying on Monday on the back of better-than-expected IFO readings from Germany.
German confidence data extend euro rally  Financial Times
Euro hits 2-wk high above $1.11 after German survey beats forecasts  Reuters
Four charts that show why the euro isn't working for Germany or Greece
The IMF expects eurozone growth to reach 1.5pc in 2015, and 1.7pc next year but over the medium term, potential growth will average around 1pc.