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Deutsche expects the single currency to end 2016 at $0.90.
NEW YORK, June 11 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks fell on Monday as
Europe’s aid package for Spanish banks did little to alleviate
investor concerns about the euro zone’s finances and a slowdown
in the wider global economy
Consider trading foreign currencies, which just a couple of decades ago was an option mostly restricted to big money investors. Now, it’s widely available to the general public, and generating increasing interest.
The European Central Bank is indebted to the hilt and is beginning to look like one of the banks it has done so much to save.
Having subsidized the European banking industry with its 1 trillion euro ($1.29 trillion) long-term refinancing operation (LTRO), funds that were distributed at well below market prices, the central bank is leveraged to levels Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers might have felt comfortable with in early 2007.