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What would a common currency mean for Brazil and Argentina?
The eurozone, the world's largest currency bloc, is both a blueprint and cautionary tale for the two countries.
What the declining value of euro means for U.S. exporters
A falling euro is affecting U.S. exporters’ competitive standing.
The pros and cons of the sinking euro
What could be the effects of the euro and the U.S. dollar having equal value?
Could Italy dump the euro for the "mini-BOT"?
Could a proposed Italian government bond turn into a parallel currency ... and replace the euro?
Dollar could slide in 2019
The U.S. dollar had a pretty hot year in 2018: The Wall Street Journal’s Dollar Index put it up 4.3 percent last year against a basket of 16 other currencies. But up in 2018 may mean down in 2019, as many currency analysts predicting a weakening for the dollar in year ahead. Click the audio […]
The euro is a mixed blessing for Greece
As the country prepares to exit years of IMF-EU bailouts, views differ on the European Union's common currency.
Eurozone growth recovers
Remember the eurozone debt crisis? At its height — only a few years ago — the bloc of 19 nations using the euro as its single currency — looked as if it might implode. Debt-ridden economies like Greece, Portugal, Ireland and even Spain came close to collapse. Today, everything looks much healthier. The latest figures from the […]
Emmanuel Macron may have won the French presidency, but challenges await him
His victory may signify a rejection of Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate, instead of support for him.
Feuds and fault-lines loom in UK-EU showdown over Brexit
Britain and the EU have very different ideas about how the next two years will unfold.
7 commonly counterfeited currencies
It’s not all about the Benjamins.