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In economics an optimum currency area is defined as the ideal area, in population and size that a currency needs to provide the most efficiency when it comes to money exchange rates. A large amount of the rationale for the single European Currency was that an exchange rate for euro would be much better thanMore…

It is nearly 15 years now since the Eurozone began and we have seen the Euro become the second most widely held international currency on the foreign currency exchange after only the United States dollar. Exchange rate euros have become one of the most competitive currencies to be trading in on the international stage andMore…

This article follows on from Gold And Foreign Money Exchange Reserves Fall as They Are Pressured by Lowering Gold Prices part one. We continue our article on how gold and foreign money exchange reserves fell in January 2012, as a result of declining gold prices and from direct repercussions in gains to the dollar which had anMore…

Since the introduction of the euro as an accounting currency on the first day of 1999, the Euro exchange rate has (as expected with any currency) been in a perennial state of flux.  After a drop in value relative to other major currencies in the first year of the currency’s life, many Euro-skeptics felt thatMore…

If the euro starts to collapse what will happen regarding getting the best exchange rate for euros, if everyone bails out of the euro, how will this affect the UK and the rest of the world? There is a whole host of debate surrounding the euro at the moment. Will it survive or will itMore…

The import and export market is what fuels foreign money exchange rates and in turn the global economy. The countries of the world have different skills and products available to them and this determines what goods and services they can export to the rest of the world and conversely what they need to import fromMore…

Exchange rate euros and the euro zone debt crisis have far reaching effects, way beyond the boundaries of the European Union. The 2008/ 2009 global meltdown has often been described as the result of corporate greed, misconduct and the failure of governments to exert control. Unfortunately we are looking at a far worse crisis thanMore…

The Exchange rate euro is still in a volatile position; however European banks announced they are selling off $30bn worth of property loans in May 2012. The property loans are likely to transact at significant discounts which could prove to be a fantastic investment opportunity for both Continental property credit funds and independent investors. TheMore…

Exchange rate euros continue to suffer, if it’s not Greece, its Spain causing the euro increasingly difficult survival issues. Millions of Spanish families and British ex-patriots are left battling for financial stability as demands are made for the country to leave the euro and return to their native Spanish currency – the peseta. Some townsMore…

It’s April 2012 and the pound is strong – as we approach the 2012 Olympics, getting the best exchange rate for euros could become increasingly difficult as the UK’s economy is predicted to flourish and the pound strengthen against both the euro and other important foreign currencies. Some however believe that this Olympic related economicMore…