Thursday February 20, 2020

Greek confidence vote provides temporary euro lift

The euro recovered most of last week’s losses after the Greek government won a vote of confidence on Tuesday, in what is a crucial step towards securing further short-term and longer-term financial aid from the EU and the IMF.

25th June, 2011

The euro recovered most of last week’s losses after the Greek government won a vote of confidence on Tuesday, in what is a crucial step towards securing further short-term and longer-term financial aid from the EU and the IMF.

EUR/USD rebounded from a low of $1.4100 trading to a high of $1.4440. More significantly, a second key vote will take place on June 28 when Greek MP’s will be asked to vote on...

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