Monday, 20 February 2017

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  • Euro tour commissioner hints at Thursday-Friday payoffs

    04:45 | 16/2/17
    Speaking to Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck for a candid Q and A for The Knockdown, Euro tour commissioner Keith Pelley said "there's no question that one of the biggest priorities that we have with the game is addressing Thursday-Friday. more»
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    06:07 | 15/2/17
    Sterling tumbled by around 0.7 per cent against the euro to 1.17 and 0.5 per cent against the dollar to 1.24, as the cost of living jumped to its highest level since June 2014. more»
  • Loan Drought Overcome in Euro Area's Longest Creditless Recovery

    19:00 | 9/2/17
    But one euro-zone nation's has stretched longer than the rest. Latvia, engulfed by a brutal recession in 2009-2010, managed to expand its economy for five straight years once the slump ended, even as net lending shrank. more»
  • IMF Revives Greek Euro-Exit Warning Amid Deadlocked Bailout Talks

    11:54 | 8/2/17
    Wall Street Journal
    The nation has been kept on financial life support by Europe, but bonds due in July threaten to once again push the country into default, revive political upheaval and even trigger a euro-shaking exit of the country from the currency union. Europe ... more»
  • Euro licks its wounds after skidding on political woes

    13:43 | 7/2/17
    The euro was slightly lower on the day against the dollar at $1.0681 EUR=, after falling as low as $1.0656 on Tuesday, its lowest since late January and well below last week's nearly two-month high of $1.0829. more»
  • Euro Drops as Upside Exposure Demand Rises Around Election Dates

    00:35 | 7/2/17
    The euro dropped below a $1.0750 handle, lingering near the middle of its $1.0685-$1.0829 range of late. Leveraged names look to fade dips in the common currency, traders in London and Europe said, while Morgan Stanley strategists look for a move ... more»
  • Euro may be too weak for Germany but too strong for others

    01:40 | 4/2/17
    The adviser, Peter Navarro, said Germany, the euro zone's economic powerhouse, was exploiting the euro exchange rate for trade purposes, a charge rejected by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. more»
  • Euro Trading Calm Belies Risk of Lehman-Like Volatility Spikes

    22:06 | 3/2/17
    “The euro-dollar's intraday price action is not as volatile as it used to be,” said Andy Soper, head of Group-of-10 options trading at Nomura Holdings Inc. “A sudden spike in volatility can wipe out a day's or even a week's move quite quickly if you ... more»
  • English clubs top Euro 2016 compensation list

    09:26 | 3/2/17
    Nyon, Switzerland, Feb 2, 2017 (AFP) -Liverpool led English clubs in taking the lion's share of the €150 million compensation handed out by UEFA for freeing players for Euro 2016. Yet while 60 English clubs shared €38.2 million, Icelandic clubs whose ... more»
  • Euro zone economic sentiment at near six-year high in January

    23:13 | 30/1/17
    BRUSSELS Euro zone economic sentiment edged higher to a near six-year high in January, against expectations of a slight dip, as the mood in industry, services, the financial sector and among consumers improved, European Commission data showed on ... more»
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