Thursday, 21 June 2018


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  • US-China trade war may be a boon to the euro and Brazilian real

    16:35 | 10/4/18
    South China Morning Post
    If the currency market was to perceive that to be a possibility, then the main beneficiary would likely be the euro, given that it is the world's second most widely-held reserve currency behind the US dollar and also because, currently, central bank ... more»
  • Euro area's banking union heads for 'critical phase'

    16:01 | 10/4/18
    Financial Times
    Europe's top financial services official has warned that time is running out to complete a project to strengthen the euro area's banking system, as national governments spar over competing reform demands. Valdis Dombrovskis, European Commission vice ... more»
  • Dutch Minister Casts Doubt on June Date for Euro Reform Agenda

    15:54 | 10/4/18
    The push to buttress the euro area, helped by Macron's election in France last year, is part of broader efforts to strengthen the euro's crisis-fighting apparatus. European Union President Donald Tusk set a June target to agree to a first set of ... more»
  • Bobby Labonte set for full Whelen Euro Series schedule in 2018

    02:48 | 10/4/18
    This year, Labonte is back for more, opening the season with the French-based RDV team this weekend in Valencia, Spain. The Whelen Euro Series schedule will take Labonte to five more tracks in five different countries this season, with each circuit ... more»
  • Bond redemptions and economic worries hold euro zone yields down

    22:24 | 9/4/18
    Outgoing ECB vice-president Vitor Constancio said on Monday the central should be “cautious” and avoid tightening monetary policy too fast, to avoid hobbling a recovery in euro zone inflation. Also, the International Monetary Fund is due to release its ... more»
  • German exports plunge as euro strengthens, tariffs cloud outlook

    18:26 | 9/4/18
    A Reuters poll had forecast exports would edge up by 0.2 percent on the month and imports would rise by 0.3 percent. “It looks as if we have surpassed the top of the economic upswing,” HSBC Trinkhaus analyst Lothar Hessler said, adding the stronger ... more»
  • Euro's Biggest Risk May Be Itself as Data Momentum Tanks

    15:45 | 9/4/18
    But behind the salacious trade war headlines, the Euro is facing a difficult reality: it may be too big for its britches. The Euro trade-weighted index is up by +9.1% over the past year, and its ongoing strength may be filtering through into data. The ... more»
  • FOREX-Euro gains, dollar drops, as risk appetite revives

    21:48 | 12/3/18
    With little crucial economic data due in Europe, traders will focus on a meeting of the euro zone finance ministers on Monday for any comments on trade protectionism after President Donald Trump's decision to impose some tariffs. more»
  • Euro 'irreversible' say Draghi (2)

    04:22 | 9/3/18
    (ANSA) - Rome, March 8 - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi answered a question on the victory of two Euroskeptic parties in Italy's general election by saying that "the euro is irreversible". Replying to a question on a win by the anti ... more»
  • FOREX -Euro steadies after European elections, dollar firm

    08:41 | 6/3/18
    Euro bounces after German vote, Italian parliamentary election * Dollar gains against yen as trade war fears ease * Positioning in long euro bets still near record * Traders await U.S. jobs data; RBA, BOC, ECB, BOJ meetings (Updates market action, adds ... more»
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