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West Brom sign Wales Euro 2016 hero Hal Robson-Kanu on two-year deal with ...
West Brom's attacking options received a boost with the signing of one of Wales' Euro 2016 heroes, Hal Robson-Kanu.
Confirmed: Euro 2016 star signs for West Brom on free
Wales Euro star Robson-Kanu joins West Brom  Sport24
July 2016 - Euro area unemployment at 10.1% - EU28 at 8.6%
The euro area (EA19) seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 10.1% in July 2016, stable compared to June 2016 and down from 10.8% in July 2015.
European stocks end higher as weaker euro boosts exporters
This in turn should translate into stronger [dollar/yen] and weaker [euro/U.S. dollar] exchange rates,” he said. “Consequently, the export-oriented stock markets in Japan and Germany could start to outperform the U.S.
The euro has destroyed the EU and led directly to Brexit
As the economist Joseph Stiglitz, notes in a compellingly argued new book on the failure of the European project - The Euro, and its threat to the future of Europe - on virtually every occasion when voters have been directly consulted, they have ...
Euro currency doomed unless changes made, says Nobel-winner Joseph Stiglitz  CNBC
The Euro and Its Threat to the Future of Europe by Joseph Stiglitz – review  The Guardian
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 vs the British Pound – Who is Winning and Why?
On 16th August the euro posted a new monthly high of 0.8725 versus the pound. The EUR/GBP pair has corrected since then, but the trend is still intact and in favor of the bulls.
Euro-Area Inflation Undershoots Forecast Before ECB Meeting
Business and consumer sentiment declined, and executives are warning that orders may suffer from political uncertainty. The International Monetary Fund has already cut its forecast for euro-area growth next year, and the European Central Bank will ...
Weak euro zone inflation bolsters case for more stimulus  The Globe and Mail
Why the euro and eurozone bonds could weaken further  News.Markets
Franklin Templeton's Hasenstab says sell yen and euro
LONDON, Aug 31 Franklin Templeton's star fund manager Michael Hasenstab believes yen strength is "stifling" the Japanese economy and may be set for a reversal, while a short position on the euro is favoured in the face of political risks in the region.
The problem with Europe is the euro
While there are many factors contributing to Europe's travails, there is one underlying mistake: the creation of the single currency, the euro. Or, more precisely, the creation of a single currency without establishing a set of institutions that ...
'The Euro: And its Threat to the Future of Europe', by Joseph Stiglitz
The euro has few friends. It is attacked both by nationalists and internationalists, paradoxically unified in their conviction that Europe's monetary union was flawed from the moment of its birth in 1999.