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Dollar dips into the red, as euro climbs higher
The dollar slipped as the euro picked up the pace in the second half of Wednesday's trading, which was free of new headlines from Spain and Catalonia and saw equities rallying, as traders prepare for next week's ECB meeting, which is expected to ...
The Euro's Complicated Top
This Great Graphic depicts the top the euro is carving. We suggest that several fundamental developments lie behind the price action.
Euro climbs back over 1.18 but an ominous pattern emerges  ForexLive
Dollar Little Changed While Euro Breaks Four-Day Losing Streak
The greenback was mixed versus its G-10 peers, while the euro gained compared with almost all of the same group. The common currency reached a session high versus the dollar just above 1.1800.
Euro hits stops in run to session high  ForexLive
Unhedged Debt Stock Could Supercharge Euro Rise
LONDON - Euro zone investors who have snapped up over a trillion euros worth of foreign debt without protecting the foreign exchange risk are rethinking that vulnerability because of the currency's hefty rally this year.
Political Worries Undermining Euro, Spanish Stocks  DailyFX
Some ECB Members Identify 2.5 Trillion-Euro QE Limit  Bloomberg
Euro May Rise as Draghi Speaks, US Dollar Eyes Fed Beige Book
The central bank chief is due to speak about “structural reforms in the Euro area” but markets will look for comments hinting at the fate of QE asset purchases ahead of next week's policy meeting.
Leaders to Agree on EU, Euro Zone Reform Calendar
To complete the banking union, leaders need to agree that the euro zone bailout fund is the financial backstop for the euro zone's single resolution fund for banks, in case it runs out of money. This could be agreed already in December, officials said.
The EU imported 93 million tonnes of food worth 101 billion Euro in 2016  FreshPlaza
ECB set for longer, slower taper to keep a lid on euro
The European Central Bank looks set to remain active in the eurozone bond markets for most of 2018, confounding expectations that policymakers would end their landmark €60bn-a-month quantitative easing programme as early as June next year.
UPDATE 2-Policymakers talk euro bond yields up from five-week lows  Reuters
Germany's DAX rallies to another record close as euro slides
European stocks finished with gains Wednesday, as falls in the euro and the pound helped exporters and offset disappointing financial updates from companies such as Zalando.
Euro's Resilience Headed for a Test If These Charts Are Right
The euro may have to sell off to catch up with the bond market. Investors are betting the currency still has momentum even as the yield spread -- the premium investors demand to own two-year U.S.
Drama in Europe Overshadows Euro, Gold in Focus
Puigdemont's inability to officially state whether his administration had declared independence from Spain saw the euro start the trading week under pressure, as the political drama prompted investors to shun the currency. Spanish Prime Minister ...