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  • Chinese trade data lifts currencies down under, and short covering lifts the euro from Monday's lows — it's time for your FX Fix.

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    UniCredit, Italy’s largest bank, is undergoing a trial by fire in the stock market, underscoring the challenges that European banks face in trying to right themselves. The New York Times reports.

  • Beware of trades linked to Europe ahead of Greece's audit next week, one “Fast Money” pro said Monday.

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    The European Central Bank is meeting on Thursday amid a wave of grim economic data. Here's one expert's take on what will happen.

  • When Will the Euro Zone Issue Joint Bond?

    The situation in Europe can get worse before European Union leaders announce a joint Euro bond and investors will be in an "unstable, difficult environment," Gary Jenkins, director at Swordfish Research, said.

  • ECB to Cut Rate in February: Strategist

    The European Central Bank will continue to ease monetary policy but it needs to see inflation coming lower, Michael Plavnik, head of the short-term interest rate desk at Citigroup, said. "I definitely believe the ECB will cut rates. I don't think they'll cut in January, I think they'll cut in February."

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    There is a 'low probability' that the euro zone will break up because the costs to debtors and creditors are just too large, Philip Poole, Global Head of Macro and Investment Strategy at HSBC Global Asset Management told CNBC Monday.

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    Commercial banks' overnight deposits at the European Central Bank hit a new record high of 464 billion euros, data showed on Monday, and traders said they could hit half a trillion euros by next week.

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    No European nation is strong enough to ride out the continent's debt crisis alone, Italy's new premier insisted Saturday, urging fellow EU members to develop a common growth policy.

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    The euro is getting pummeled, and the upcoming European Central Bank meeting is unlikely to change its course. 

  • Money Match Up

    Looking at the "Eastern" front of the euro zone debt crisis, with CNBC's Melissa Lee, George Goncalves, Nomura, and the Money in Motion traders. Also, the latest hurdles for the euro and expectations for the ECB meeting, as well as how to make money off it.

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    The European Union lost investors' trust in sovereign debt when the EU forced them to take losses in Greek debt last year, the governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus told CNBC Friday.

  • Euro Dips Below $1.27

    Discussing continued uncertainty over Europe and the euro dropping below $1.27 for the first time since September 2010, with CNBC's Steve Liesman, and Athanasios Orphanides, Central Bank of Cyprus governor.

  • Hungary

    Fitch became the third ratings agency to downgrade Hungary's debt to "junk" status on Friday, invoking further deterioration in the country's fiscal and external financing and growth outlook and the government's "unorthodox" economic policies.

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    The euro is under pressure and Switzerland's top central banker is under fire - it's time for your FX Fix.

  • European Central Bank (ECB) governing board member Christian Noyer said on Friday that sovereign debt issuances across Europe were going better since the start of an ECB 3-year liquidity operation for banks last month.

  • France

    France's bond auctions have been “reassuring” so far and the country will persuade investors that it is a safe place for their money, French Budget Minister Valerie Pecresse told CNBC in an interview Thursday.

  • French President Nicolas Sarkozy welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel prior to a working lunch at the Elysee Palace in Paris.

    Creating a stronger currency union will take time, and the two leaders should concentrate on putting out the immediate fire first, by finding ways to boost growth, analysts told CNBC.com.

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    With the euro having another rough day, here's how to play investors' sour mood.

  • Spain

    The euro is weaker, S&P futures are down, and European banks are still parking money with the European Central Bank. Spain weaker on reports it is seeking International Monetary Fund loans.