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Euro zone price discounting drives growth in activity

By Jonathan Cable LONDON (Reuters) – Price discounting drove growth in all of the euro zone’s major economies in March, helping business activity increase at its fastest rate for nearly a year, a survey showed on Tuesday. New orders came in at their fastest rate since May 2011 and the survey found that companies have […]

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April 7, 2015
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Euro-Area Price Drop Slows as Draghi Implements QE Plan

(Bloomberg) — A slump in euro-area consumer prices eased in March, offering respite to the European Central Bank after it ramped up stimulus to fend off a deflation threat. The annual rate of inflation in the 19-nation bloc climbed to minus 0.1 percent from minus 0.3 percent in February, the European Union’s statistics office in […]

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March 31, 2015
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Euro Heads for Fourth Quarterly Drop

(Bloomberg) — The euro is set for the biggest quarterly slide versus the dollar since its inception and options trading indicates there’s more weakness to come. In addition to a Federal Reserve that’s on track to raise interest rates, Europe’s 19-nation currency is being hobbled by the European Central Bank’s monetary stimulus and Greece’s struggle […]

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March 31, 2015
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Euro Bears at Risk on Sticky CPI- Outlook Remains Bearish Below 1.10

DailyFX.com – – Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (CPI) to Contract at Slower Pace. – Core Inflation to Hold Steady at Annualized 07% for Second-Month. For more updates, sign up for David’s e-mail distribution list. Trading the News: Euro-Zone Consumer Price Index (CPI) The Euro-Zone’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) may dampen the bearish sentiment surrounding the […]

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Euro tumbles through $US1.09

The euro has tumbled through the $ US1.09 level to strike a fresh 11.5-year low as the ECB nears the launch of its massive stimulus package and strong US jobs data raises the possibility of a US rate hike soon. The single currency sank to $ US1.0845 as European markets closed on Friday – the […]

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March 26, 2015
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ECB won't cut deposit rate below -0.2 percent – Reuters poll

(Reuters) – The European Central Bank won’t cut its deposit rate below the current -0.2 percent, according to 19 of 21 euro area money market traders polled by Reuters on Monday. The ECB made the rate negative – effectively charging euro area banks to park money with it – in June and then chopped it […]

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March 23, 2015
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FOREX-Euro weakens as long-term investors sell, Greece concerns on radar

* Euro down after best week against dollar since 2011 * Dollar bulls cautious after dovish steer from Fed last week * ECB president’s speech, Greece in focus By Anirban Nag LONDON, March 23 (Reuters) – The euro fell on Monday, unable to build on its best weekly performance since late 2011 versus the dollar, […]

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March 23, 2015
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euro rate – Yahoo Search Results

The weaker euro, which could approach parity with the US dollar, is making the European Central Bank’s task of kickstarting the eurozone economy easier. Officially, the ECB has no exchange rate target. “In the current context, pushing down the euro is probably the only means the ECB has for pushing up inflation,” Natixis economist Sylvain […]

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March 23, 2015
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Weaker euro works in ECB's favour, but for how long?

Frankfurt (AFP) – The weaker euro, which could approach parity with the US dollar, is making the European Central Bank’s task of kickstarting the eurozone economy easier. But the feel-good effects could turn sour if the euro’s decline in value becomes too pronounced too quickly, analysts said. Officially, the ECB has no exchange rate target. […]

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Weakening Against U.S. Dollar, Renminbi Lead Euro’s Decline

By Brian Blackstone CONNECT Roughly half of the euro’s decline between May 2014 and February were driven by the weakening of its exchange rate against the U.S. dollar and Chinese renminbi, the European Central Bank said in its economic bulletin Thursday. In a study included in the bank’s economic bulletin (pages 42-44) the ECB notes […]

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