Exchange rate euro

Commemorative €2 coins have been quite regularly issued throughout Europe since their status was confirmed in 2004. With the exchange rate euro being so commonly traded on the foreign currency exchange there are a number of distinct coins a company specialising in money exchange rates could see on a day to day basis. The yearMore…

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…

Lately, there has been confusion over the state of the euro, due to the current financial crisis in Greece. As the country is in heavy debt and in need of a bail out, all the countries tied to the euro are in danger from the collapse as well. These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland,More…

Lately, there has been confusion over the state of the euro due to the current financial crisis in Greece. As the country is in heavy debt and in need of a bail out, all the countries tied to the euro are in danger from the collapse as well. These countries include Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland,More…

In part 1, we discussed how the exchange rate euro and current storms in Europe could have devastating affects on the US economy. If it wasn’t for the cushioning offered by the recent broadening and strengthening of U.S. growth in favour of investment and consumption, some damage could have already been done. At the momentMore…