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Greece and the euro
IT WAS almost exactly five years ago that the euro crisis erupted, starting in Greece. Investors who had complacently let all euro-zone countries borrow at uniformly low levels abruptly woke up to the riskiness of an incompetent government borrowing ...
Euro edges up, political instability in Greece  CNBC
FOREX-Euro edges up, political instability in Greece seen checking gains  Reuters
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The euro is heading for disaster - what luck for David Cameron!
Meanwhile the European elite who advocated the euro (British representatives included Michael Heseltine, Peter Mandelson, Tony Blair, Ken Clarke, Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander, at the time only a cadet member of the European political class, ...
To save itself, Greece must exit the euro
The bottom line is that Greece, and a number of other eurozone nations, do indeed urgently need to leave the euro - but not in the politically chaotic fashion that would occur in the event of a Syriza election victory.
Greek elections: The euro's fate could be decided on Wednesday  MoneyWeek
Regardless of Greek Election Result, Euro Exit Not Likely  Institutional Investor
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Nine charts showing why Greece has to leave the euro
Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras says he does not want Greece to leave the euro, but after �245bn (�193bn) in loans and bailouts from the Troika, and one near-debt default later, here are the numbers that show why Greece can't remain in the single currency ...
HIGHLIGHTS-Greece's Tsipras on debt relief, reforms, euro  Reuters
Snap elections would lead to euro exit, says former premier  Kathimerini
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Euro zone consumer confidence rises in December
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone consumer confidence edged 0.6 points higher in December, a flash estimate from the European Commission showed on Monday.
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Dollar Reaches New Two-Year High Against Euro
The euro fell 0.4% to $1.2233 in late-afternoon trading, the weakest it has been since Aug. 3, 2012. The dollar climbed 0.6% versus the yen to 119.49 yen, the highest in more than a week.
Dollar hits multi-year highs on extended Fed rally, year-end bets  Reuters
Swiss central bank imposes negative interest rate: Franc drops against the euro  CITY A.M.
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Tumbling euro not enough to save Germany's factories
The sector may receive a boost from a further depreciation in the euro, but �bold policy action� by the European Central Bank would be required to achieve this.
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Euro rallies after ECB keeps powder dry
The euro rallied off a two-year low against the dollar and European stocks had their worst day since mid-October after the European Central Bank took a �wait and see� approach to further stimulus measures, dashing hopes in some quarters for more ...
Euro-zone QE  The Economist (blog)
The Euro Is Surging  Business Insider
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Exclusive - ECB considers making weaker Euro zone states bear more ...
There is currently a stand off between the ECB and Germany's Bundesbank over ECB preparations to buy sovereign bonds, so-called quantitative easing (QE), to shore up the flagging euro zone economy. But while the idea may help overcome opposition in ...
FOREX-Euro heads lower to 28-month lows as ECB inches towards QE  Reuters
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Euro shaky on ECB and Greece, dollar keeps edge
The euro probed fresh two-year lows early on Monday in a subdued start to a holiday-shortened week, extending a multi-month trend of weakness against the dollar that many traders say will remain intact in the new year.