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Dollar, Sterling, Euro Libor All Fall – Wall Street Journal

Telegraph.co.ukDollar, Sterling, Euro Libor All FallWall Street JournalLONDON–The cost of borrowing dollars for three months in the London interbank market fell Friday, while the corresponding euro and sterling rates also declined. Data from the Briti…

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Dollar Libor Nudges Higher; Sterling, Euro Rates Fall – Wall Street Journal

Business InsiderDollar Libor Nudges Higher; Sterling, Euro Rates FallWall Street JournalLONDON–The cost of borrowing dollars for three months in the London interbank market rose slightly Thursday, while the corresponding euro and sterling rates declin…

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Euro Falls Against Scandinavian Currencies – Wall Street Journal (blog)

Wall Street Journal (blog)Euro Falls Against Scandinavian CurrenciesWall Street Journal (blog)So, euro bears wanting to keep their money within Europe have seen the 'Scandies' as the only alternative — both Sweden and Norway offer interest ra…

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Euro Crisis Loosens Unions’ Influence on Pay – Wall Street Journal

Euro Crisis Loosens Unions' Influence on PayWall Street JournalThe European Commission, the EU's executive arm, says the flexibility created by decentralization is needed in a common-currency area such as the euro zone, where wages and prices, …

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Emerging-Market Currencies Gain – Wall Street Journal

Emerging-Market Currencies GainWall Street JournalEmerging-market currencies extended their pre-weekend gains during European trading hours Monday, but the euro ran out of steam against the dollar as the lingering euro-zone debt crisis and the bloc&#39…

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Euro-Zone Business Activity Shrinks, Germany a Concern – Wall Street Journal

Euro-Zone Business Activity Shrinks, Germany a ConcernWall Street JournalBusiness activity in the euro zone continued to shrink in July, new orders plunged and German private-sector activity fell at its steepest rate in more than three years, a sign th…

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ECB President Draghi Statement to Press Conference – Wall Street Journal (blog)

ECB President Draghi Statement to Press ConferenceWall Street Journal (blog)Inflation expectations for the euro area economy continue to be firmly anchored in line with our aim of maintaining inflation rates below, but close to, 2% over the medium term…

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ECB Keeps Rates Unchanged – Wall Street Journal

Kansas City StarECB Keeps Rates UnchangedWall Street JournalAll but two of the 42 analysts polled by Dow Jones Newswires expected the ECB to hold back from a further rate cut this month despite the euro-zone's deepening debt crisis. While economic …

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Struggling euro nations jockey for central bank intervention – Los Angeles Times

AFPStruggling euro nations jockey for central bank interventionLos Angeles TimesExpectations that the ECB would take some action to ease interest rates for Eurozone members were spurred last week when the bank's president, Mario Draghi, vowed to do…

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Euro Zone Woes Mute Central European Growth Prospects – Wall Street Journal

PMIs for the euro zone also released Wednesday showed manufacturing activity fell at the sharpest rate for three years, with regional powerhouse Germany decelerating sharply. The manufacturing sectors of many central European nations are closely …

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