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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigns

Dec 5, 2016
Out with the old, in with the unknown.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi leaves Palazzo Chigi after giving a speech about the results of the referendum on constitutional reforms on December 5, 2016 in Rome, Italy. 

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Is the euro to blame for Europe's problems?

Aug 18, 2016
Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz on the trouble in Europe, globalization, and what the US can do to address trade frustrations.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz says changes need to be made to the euro.
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U.S. banks challenged by Brexit

Jun 24, 2016
They may have to move operations from London to the Continent.
London's financial district, The City of London.
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Many Germans and Greeks disillusioned with euro

Jul 31, 2015
Public sentiment towards the euro has changed over the years.

How the euro went from unifying force to divisive one

Jul 13, 2015
European unity requires more than a common currency.

2015, the year of the high U.S. dollar

Jul 1, 2015
What does that mean for companies doing business overseas?

Strong dollar lures Americans to Europe

Apr 14, 2015
With the dollar creeping up on the euro, Americans are finding bargains in Europe.

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Weak euro undermines Chanel's China strategy

Mar 18, 2015
Luxury brands want to expand in China, not sell to Chinese tourists in Paris

How does the strong dollar affect U.S. consumers?

Mar 11, 2015
The dollar remains strong against other currencies. What's the effect on consumers?

Swiss National Bank gives up the ghost

Jan 15, 2015
The bank surprised just about everyone by letting go of the franc.