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Unhedged Debt Stock Could Supercharge Euro Rise
LONDON - Euro zone investors who have snapped up over a trillion euros worth of foreign debt without protecting the foreign exchange risk are rethinking that vulnerability because of the currency's hefty rally this year.
Political Worries Undermining Euro, Spanish Stocks  DailyFX
Some ECB Members Identify 2.5 Trillion-Euro QE Limit  Bloomberg
German court threatens QE as plans die for euro fiscal union
The new kingmakers of German politics have dashed hopes for a Franco-German 'Grand Bargain' to relaunch the eurozone, dismissing plans for a joint budget and shared banking debts as totally unacceptable.
Pound V euro: GBP exchange rate climbs as inflation strikes five-year high
Pound V euro: GBP exchange rate climbs as inflation strikes five-year high. THE pound edged higher against the euro this morning as the UK's inflation rate accelerated to a new five-year high.
Brexit: Pound sterling could fall to parity against the euro if UK fails to ...  The Independent
Eyes on Inflation: Pound and Euro Face up to Key Data Release which Will ...  Pound Sterling Live
Euro hits two-week high against dollar
Advocates of the euro have threatened to reclaim the initiative from dollar bulls in the foreign exchange market, buoyed by strong eurozone industrial production data that strengthen the case for the European Central Bank to announce tapering in two ...
Euro Set to Rise Again say Cr�dit Agricole  Pound Sterling Live
Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko spurred on by France's Euro 2016 final defeat
LONDON -- Moussa Sissoko is still getting over France's defeat in the final of Euro 2016 but the Tottenham midfielder says the big-game experience will be important in the Champions League match at Real Madrid.
Euro zone wages are rising more slowly than the ECB had hoped, Draghi says
ECB President Mario Draghi said Saturday that wages in the euro zone are rising slower than the ECB had hoped. Slack in the labor market persists and workers are more interested in security than rising wages, Draghi said.
Euro zone wages will take time to rise: Draghi
Growth in a more resilient Euro area  EU News
Euro's Resilience Headed for a Test If These Charts Are Right
The euro may have to sell off to catch up with the bond market. Investors are betting the currency still has momentum even as the yield spread -- the premium investors demand to own two-year U.S.
Hungarian parliament rejects motion on adoption of the euro
On Tuesday, Hungary's parliament voted against a motion brought forward by independent MP Zsuzsanna Szel�nyi calling on the government to begin the formal process of replacing the forint with the euro as the country's currency. The goal of Ms. Szel�nyi ...
Catalonia's separatist calls add to a negative picture for the euro, traders say
The euro doesn't look like an attractive option in the short-term given political uncertainty in regions like northeastern Spain, currency strategists told CNBC Monday.
Euro unsettled by Catalan independence vote  Financial Times
Catalonia worries knock euro against stronger dollar  Reuters
Danske Cuts Euro Forecast vs. Dollar for Year-End but Reiterates Bullish 2018 ...
Strategists at Nordic lender Danske Bank have lowered their forecasts for the Euro-to-Dollar rate through the rest of the year but have reiterated their bullish view of the common currency in 2018.
Euro on defensive on political worries, tame inflation dents dollar  Nasdaq