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This is the new 20-euro bill

The European Central Bank introduces the new 20-euro note. It differs from the other notes: He has a new security windows.
On November 25, consumers can in Germany and other countries in the euro zone for the first time keep the new 20-euro bill in his hands. 207 more words


EUR / USD remained practically stable after the speech of Fed Chairman.

Janet Yellen said the Fed will not rush in rate hikes.

Decisions will be taken from “meeting to meeting” which indicates that the pair will continue to oscillate laterally in the short term. 157 more words

The ECB and Quantitative Easing A debt monetisation experiment?

One of the features of these times is how apparently unrelated events can in fact be linked. This happened yesterday when the President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi gave a speech to welcome the new 20 Euro banknote. 1,502 more words

General Economics

Stock markets rise after Greece signs new austerity agreement

By Robert Stevens
February 24, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

Europe’s stock markets rose Monday in response to the four-month extension of austerity agreed Friday between the Greek government and the euro group. 1,128 more words

Social Inequality

MEPs give cautious welcome to EU-wide stress test results [archive]

The commissioner for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union, Jonathan Hill, has told MEPs that the EU wide stress tests “delivered the most stringent scrutiny that European banks have ever faced”. 7 more words

European Union

Waiting the conferences

Tomorrow will be an intensive work day. In the morning inflation data about the European Union and the Great Britain will be released, but the focus is on the three conferences that will take place during the day. 146 more words