Friday, March 11
The European Central Bank has cut interest rates across the eurozone to zero as it unveiled an unprecedented package of growth-boosting measures against the backdrop of a fragile global economy.
Thursday, September 03
The European Central Bank is set to cut its inflation forecasts on Thursday but hold back from concrete policy action, promising only to beef up its bond-buying program if growth and inflation prospects weaken further.
Monday, June 29
The euro came off its lows on Monday as the Swiss National Bank said it intervened in the market to weaken the franc, with the single currency little changed on the day after initial steep losses on concerns that Greece was on the brink of default.
Tuesday, February 03
Si la dégringolade de l’euro affecte les revenus des exportateurs, elle n’a, toutefois, pas que des effets négatifs. Dans les semaines à venir, les consommateurs devraient profiter d’une baisse des prix sur une série de produits.
Friday, January 16
The Swiss National Bank shocked markets Thursday by abandoning the cap it had set for the past three-and-a-half years on the Swiss franc’s value against the euro.
Monday, December 22
Depuis quelques semaines, l'euro est sur une pente glissante, alors que le dollar s'apprécie sur le marché international. Ce vendredi, la monnaie européenne s'échangeait à Rs 37,83 et le dollar à Rs 30,90. Une situation qui serait à double tranchant, selon les opérateurs du secteur.
Wednesday, August 27
The euro came close to cracking on Wednesday as feverish speculation of further policy stimulus in the euro zone drove bond yields to all-time lows and lifted Asian stocks to peaks not seen in almost seven years.
Tuesday, September 18
Traders can only rejoice against a euro at Rs 40. Indeed, the euro had already surpassed the Rs 40 on September 14. An uptrend is confirmed that this Monday, September 17th with the euro trading at Rs 40.37.
Tuesday, February 15
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to set up a permanent bail-out fund for the region of 500bn euros (£420bn; $673.2bn)