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Euro zone sentiment unexpectedly improves in October
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone economic sentiment unexpectedly rose in October, picking up from a near one-year low in September, in an indication that the bloc's struggling economy may be slowly improving.
Euro Extend Falls Ahead Of Eurozone Economic Sentiment Index  RTT News
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Dollar rises against yen, falls against euro
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - The U.S. dollar climbed against the Japanese yen on Tuesday, but fell against the euro, after a round of mixed economic data.
Dollar Drops for 2nd Day on Fed Rate Bets; Real Tumbles  Bloomberg
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Euro zone haunts Spanish economy as growth slows, prices fall
"Spain continues to look quite healthy compared to other euro zone countries," said Nomura economist Silvio Peruzzo.
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Euro Bakery goes bust with loss of 18 jobs
Euro Bakery, which had been trading since 2006 supplied naans, parathas, rotis and other bakery products, including mini-pizza bases, to retailers such as Tesco, Morrisons and Home Bargains.
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Euro Dollar Forecast for 2015: Will the USD Rally Continue to Dominate ...
Euro-zone growth has weakened substantially and the weakness is likely to continue near term and this will drive down the euro element of EUR/USD say forecasters at Danske Bank. Thomas Harr, Chief Analyst at Danske does however warn us that the ...
Harley harbouring Euro ambitions with Scotland U19s
... a great experience that will benefit my club football when dealing with those formations. �Hopefully I might be able to move up to the older age and play with the U19s.
The euro zone
But the euro zone poses far greater risks. Unlike Japan, the euro zone is not an isolated case: from China to America inflation is worryingly low, and slipping.
Euro zone risks 'relapse into recession' without structural reforms ...  Reuters
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Sturgeon's Euro gambit could galvanise another Scottish independence tilt
Nicola Sturgeon, soon to be SNP leader and Scottish first minister, speaking in Edinburgh on 29 October. 'Her stance is likely to win plaudits with the 60,000-plus new members who joined the SNP after the referendum.
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Euro Women set for battle of Waterloo
In the historic location of Waterloo, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Russia will compete for the Women's European Trophy 2014.
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Britain's two billion euro bill explained
A leaked European Commission document shows adjusted contributions EU member states will be asked to make to the EU budget over the next few weeks.
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