The euro fell on Monday after German flash purchasing managers’ index (PMI) survey data for September was weaker than expected, raising more ...
The euro rallied to $1.1010 from $1.0998 in early forex trading in Asia on Monday after pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron won the French ...
Fillon is now dealing with the allegations against his wife Penelope, or what is now being referred to as the Penelope Gate
Chinese currency on pace for biggest two-day rise for offshore version of its currency since its inception in 2010
He ran Bundesbank from 1993 to 1999, a period that saw the launch of the single currency
From a boy born in Poland to the World Cup’s all-time top scorer, Miroslav Klose has lived through an extraordinary career
The Kingdom had been monitoring the situation and made changes as a “precautionary stance” in anticipation of the vote
Eurozone leaders clinched a deal with Greece on Monday to negotiate a third bailout to keep the near-bankrupt country in the euro zone
Greece will have its last chance Sunday to convince skeptical European creditors it can be trusted to enact wide-ranging economic reforms
The stability of the eurozone is not at risk after Greeks voted 'No' to creditors' austerity demands in a weekend referendum
Whatever the result, this vote is likely to be seen as a defining moment for Greece and its future relationship with Europe
One euro was worth $1.0987 at 1915 GMT, down 1.20 percent from Friday night
The Greek people prepare to vote on a future in which they face two painful prospects
For the first time this year, consumer prices across the 19-country Eurozone are rising
Oil prices eased as the market remained oversupplied and Greece paid 750 million euros to the IMF
The reduced weighting reflects the fall in trade with the euro zone.
Development likely to reinforce expectations that ECB will soon provide an aggressive monetary stimulus
The Turkish currency was trading at 2.1938 to the dollar Tuesday afternoon
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