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Haven currency moves higher after Treasury adds it to manipulation watchlist
Trade negotiations between London and Brussels to dominate UK politics, strategists say
Debate on the future of monetary union has come out into the open — that is a game-changer
Italian politicians are right to block the new ESM treaty. It does anything but encourage risk-sharing or eurozone resilience, argues Consob’s Marcello Minenna.
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
EU leaders believe the euro needs to play a larger role in order to compete against the US and China
‘Regime break’ emerges since currency rivals yen as one that everyone wants to borrow
Security and climate change will be high on Ursula von der Leyen’s list of priorities
Currency lodged in tight range thanks to steady monetary policy and trade uncertainty
If the populists gain power in France and Italy, the future of the euro will be in their hands
Or when theories of money collide with trendy digital fads.
A bond-backed currency would overcome problems created by incomplete monetary union
Germany produces a surprise on banking union while foreign policy taxes the EU’s new team
ECB’s relaunch of its QE programme is also likely to hit currency
Hungarian central bank governor calls for an exit mechanism
ECB’s euro rescue praised but side effects of negative rates draw criticism
Beijing seeks to take advantage of low interest rates to diversify away from dollar debt
Berlin should be thankful for what the single currency, and Mario Draghi, have given it
Data indicators paint mixed picture of central banker’s eight years at the helm
Taking out some kind of insurance for single currency assets looks a smart course of action
Eurozone manufacturing slowdown delivers a blow, while Poland eyes franc loan risks
The benefits of integration carry a price tag. German voters have never been required to understand this bargain