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- noun Alternative spelling of
euro, the currency and coin introduced 1999.
- noun soccer The UEFA European Football Championship, a European football competition held between the international teams of Europe every four years.
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·Euro, British Pound Consolidations Continue as Euro-zone PMI Signals Deepening Recession
The number rises to 40 percent among Prosumers, which is the term Euro RSCG uses for proactive consumers who seek, create and propagate change.
And speaking of that great European success, the make believe currency called the Euro is coming apart as Europe tries to meld an economic powerhouse like Germany and a lazy backwater like Greece?
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But for people that just think in terms of global hegemony and how that would help the hegemonic nation to make money, the Euro is apperently a German challenge to American world hegemony.
Actually, the Euro is a price Germany paid for GERMAN integration.
The high interest rates keep the City buoyant while the rest of Britain sinks, joining the Euro is the only plausible solution and therefore must do this before industry is battered anymore
Should Britain Join the Euro?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
As far as I know the Euro is actually worth more than the US dollar but less than the Aussie dollar .
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He actually made a 20% bonus with that move as the Euro is a stronger currency than the dollar.
Well we saw an opportunity this summer here with what I refer to as the Euro panic.
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"Euro" is an American perception of what is European.
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