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36 Total Stories (Displaying articles 1 - 20)

Germany and France Driving EU, to Distraction of Other Members: Two Say Close Relationship Does Not Harm Europe's Interests (Post, Feb. 22, 2004)

Euro's Gains Spotlight Diversity in Markets: Uniform Currency Yet to Eclipse National Identities (Post, Dec. 26, 2003)

Euro Climbs to New High Against the Dollar (Post, Dec. 6, 2003)

Britain Delays Adopting the European Currency (Post, June 10, 2003)

For Now, Britain Plans No Move to Join Euro (Post, June 9, 2003)

Bigger EU Seen as Counterbalance, Not Threat: Shared Values, Interests With U.S. Run Deeper Than Differences, Officials Say (Post, Dec. 16, 2002)

Euro Falls on Signal of Caution on Rates (Post, July 5, 2002)

Capitalizing On the Euro: Greeks Reap Benefits of New Setup (Post, July 4, 2002)

Worries Fade as Euro Goes to Work: First Business Day With New Currency Has Few Glitches (Post, Jan. 2, 2002; 1:55 PM)

Euro's Smooth Debut Brings Official Relief Amid Public Excitement (Post, Jan. 2, 2002)

Common Currency Builds on Common Culture: For Many Europeans, Euro's Arrival Strengthens Ties That Bind Continent (Post, Jan. 1, 2002)

Europe Welcomes New Year, New Money: Music, Fireworks and a Little Wistfulness Mark Changeover to Unified Currency (Post, Jan. 1, 2002)

Euro Still Struggling As Debut of Cash Nears: Challenge to Dollar Fails to Materialize (Post, Dec. 26, 2001)

Preparing for Jan. 1: E-Day: 12 Euro Zone Nations Will Retire Currencies (Post, Dec. 5, 2001)

Euro Anxiety Rises as Economies Fall (Post, Oct. 25, 2001)

An Anxious Countdown to New Cash: With 4 Months to Go, Little Margin for Error (Post, Aug. 20, 2001)

Italian Leader Could Pose Threat to Euro (Post, May 18, 2001)

European Central Bank Cuts Rates (Post, May 11, 2001)

Euro Inspires Little Confidence: Investors -- and Criminals -- Seek Refuge in Dollar (Post, May 7, 2001)

Pressure for Rate Cut Builds in Europe: Threat of Deflation, Euro's Eroding Value Trouble Politicians, Economists (Post, April 20, 2001)

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