Euro Whacked As Turkey Sell-off Boosts Dollar - Reuters

ReutersEuro whacked as Turkey sell-off boosts dollarReutersThe euro fell 0.6 percent to $1.1432, its weakest since July 2017. Against the yen, the euro slid one percent to 126.79 yen, a two-month low. The euro is down almost 1 percent for the week, partly because of investor concerns that Italy is heading for ...Turkish Lira Drops as Political Turmoil Takes its TollNew York TimesTurkish Crisis Rattles Currency Markets; Dollar Hits One-Year HighWall Street JournalUS-Turkey Relations Will Never Be the SameBloombergFinancial Times -Washington Postall 1,235 news articles »

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    LONDON (Reuters) - The euro sank to its lowest levels in over a year on Friday after a report that the European Central Bank is growing concerned about exposure of banks to Turkey. The ECB has concern...
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    LONDON, Aug 10 (Reuters) - The euro sank to its lowestlevels in over a year on Friday after a report that the EuropeanCentral Bank is growing concerned about exposure of banks toTurkey. The ECB has co...
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