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Euro Falls to a 9-year Low on Greek Fears

The euro fell to its lowest level against the dollar in nine years Monday, driven by fears of political turmoil in Greece and hopes for more monetary stimulus...

Europe’s False Recovery

When is a recovery not a recovery? When it comes in the euro zone. On Wednesday, Europe officially vaulted out of its longest recession since the creation of...

How Germany can Save the Euro

After nearly two years of nonstop economic shrinkage, Europe has officially entered the longest recession since the creation of its single currency in 1999. But...

Is the E.U. Nearing a Landmark Banking Deal?

European Union finance ministers announced unexpected advances towards a banking union designed to prevent the excesses that transformed Europe's sovereign debt...

Why the Euro Crisis Is Nowhere Near Being Over

It’s astonishing, but everyone is behaving as though the euro crisis were over. Long-term bond yields are bellwethers of investor confidence. And over the past...

Saving the Euro-Zone, One Bank at a Time

Its very name makes eyes glaze over, and its details are so technical that only the wonkiest of financial wonks really grasp them in full. But efforts to forge a...