Euro Stays Frail, China's CPI Cools
The euro's slide stalls and Chinese consumer price inflation keeps slowing — it's time for your FX Fix.
The euro steadied around a two-year low, but looked vulnerable ahead of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers. [CNBC]
Is the euro zonefragmenting faster than the European Union can act? [CNBC]
The Australian and New Zealand dollars rallied against the ailing euro, but remained weak against the dollar and yen in the wake of Friday's lackluster employment report. [CNBC]
China's CPI growth declined again, but the Australian dollar, usually vulnerable to weakness in China, was little changed. [dailyfx.com]
Thomson Reuters is buying FX Alliance, an electronic foreign exchange platform. [Reuters]
Romania's leu ticked higher after hitting an all-time low amid political turmoil. [CNBC]
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