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Lithuania to Join Euro Zone on Jan. 1
FRANKFURT´┐ŻEuropean leaders announced Wednesday that Lithuania will become the 19th country to use the euro, with the currency entering circulation there on Jan. 1. Lithuania, whose population is just under 3 million, is now the last of the three ...
Lithuania to start using euro from January 1, 2015  ITAR-TASS
Lithuania to adopt euro as its currency from next year  Times of India
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Weaker Euro is a Bear Necessity
They say patience is a virtue. Investors betting on a weaker euro have had to be patient indeed. But the tide may slowly be turning in their favor.
Draghi Cedes Euro Control to Yellen on Fed Rate Wagers  Bloomberg
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Euro zone confidence falls in July, bodes ill for recovery
The 18 countries using the euro saw consumer confidence falling to -8.4 in July from a revised -7.5 in June, showing the worst reading since April, when it stood at -8.6.
Euro-Zone Consumer Confidence Weakened in July  Wall Street Journal
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Euro: So close to a great exchange rate
WALKING around town searching for the best exchange rates for another country seemed strange given the searing heat in our own at the moment.
Sterling near 2-year high vs euro, eyes on US Federal Reserve
But data from the euro zone has weighed on the euro, with business morale in the monetary union's biggest economy, Germany, at its lowest in nine months.
A Sterling summer  Olive Press
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Euro strength defies Draghi's loosening plans
The eurozone economy has failed to spring into life. The danger is of a damaging deflationary slump. Official interest rates have been slashed, and pushed into negative territory.
Draghi urges euro zone states 'to be sovereign together'  Irish Times
EMU Officials, CBankers Cautiously Optimistic of Euro Peak  MNI News
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France's tough battle for the euro
The European Central Bank, in its latest assessment of the euro's international role, shows that the single currency's share of international debt issuance fell by around 1.5 percentage points in 2013, extending a decline that began at the onset of the ...
Euro-Zone Trade With Russia Down Sharply  Wall Street Journal
16 July 2014 - Signs of a turnaround in the international use of the euro  EU News
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Derry City unleash Euro backlash
UCD 1 Derry City 6: Derry City made it three league wins in a row with a dominant display against UCD in Dublin last night. Also in this Section.
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London Underground plays host to euro-dispensing cash machines
Cash machines dispensing euros are not new. Halifax was the first high street bank to offer foreign currency ATMs in a few branches in 2007, and the Post Office and M&S Money are among the other institutions that have installed some in recent years ...
Euros on the Tube: New cash machines in 70 London Underground stations will ...  This is Money
Euro withdrawals now available at 70 Tube stations  MayorWatch
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Rate hike bets keep sterling on track for weekly gains vs euro
The euro was flat at 79.10 pence, off a 22-month low of 78.89 pence struck on Thursday, but still on track for weekly losses of about 0.6 percent.
Best Pound Euro Exchange Rate in Years Still in Play, But Where Will the GBP ...  Pound Sterling Live
Pound Advances Versus Euro With Inflation Gap Most Since October  Bloomberg
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