Category: EuroZone Crisis
The euro slipped against the dollar Monday as caution ahead of a round of monetary policy meetings this week pushed the currency to its lowest level against the greenback in over two months.
The euro traded at $1.3019, down from $1.3066 late Friday.
BRUSSELS — Jeroen Dijsselbloem, a newly inaugurated boss of a organisation of ministers overseeing a euro, pronounced on Monday he wanted to reanimate a difference over purgation policies that had bred distrust between southern and northern nations regulating a currency.
Mr. Dijsselbloem, 46, a Dutch financial minister, also pronounced he wanted to urge a status of a group, and a picture of a currency, after 3 years of near-constant crises and moments of low division.
The usually antithesis during a opinion to elect Mr. Dijsselbloem, hold late Monday, came from Luis de Guindos, a Spanish economy minister. Mr. Dijsselbloem, whose tenure lasts two-and-a-half years, told a news discussion that Mr. de Guindos offering no reason for a preference though he pronounced a Spanish pierce should not “lead to thespian consequences.”
Spain is among a countries in southern Europe to have been hardest strike by a purgation policies that northern nations like Finland, Germany and a Netherlands have insisted on as an critical resolution to a euro crisis.
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Our currencies experts Katie Martin and Tom Fairless indicate out that a extensive run of Bundesbank (Buba) headlines has only strike a wires. And, surprise, surprise, they don’t accurately vigilance a comfortable welcome for a thought of a ECB shopping bonds.
But these comments come from a monthly bulletin; they’re not a approach come-back during a Der Spiegel story that pennyless over a weekend suggesting that such skeleton are being considered.
Still, be in no doubt: this is not Buba’s favorite idea. It “remains vicious of ECB purchases of supervision bonds”.
Our co-worker Nick Cawley has dug a bit deeper. Here’s what he found:
Greece PM in crucial meetings as austerity measures bite.
Greece’s survival within the eurozone is in the spotlight as the country’s prime minster begins a series of crucial meetings with European leaders….
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Euro Area Leaders Plan Shuttle Talks to Support GreeceBloomberg2, Draghi said any ECB bond-buying would work alongside euro-area bailout funds and only if countries applied for support and accepted strict conditions in return.