The steep drop in the euro has come back into focus this week with EURUSD plunging to fresh 2022 lows, now down over 11% on the year. However, perhaps the most notable development is EURCHF holding below ...
The euro has had a rough 2022 so far, and that follows a near-10% drop versus the USD in 2021. Are we close to the bottom or is the Japanese yen, which just nose-dived to a 20-year low, a sign of things to come?
The euro turned 20 years old on January 1st, much to the relief of the citizens who adopted it, but to the surprise of some economists who’ve been predicting a euro break-up for years. So what’s next for the euro?
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