It's not just a new bailout deal for Greece that has given a boost to Europe's single currency - the much-photographed euro sign in Frankfurt has also been given a facelift this week.
It was once the ubiquitous symbol of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, but when ECB head Mario Draghi and his team moved across the city to their shiny new headquarters, the infamous illuminated euro didn't follow.
CNBC tried its best to fill the void as best it could... with an inflatable version.
In fact, we've grown rather fond of our euro sign, which has even graced the cover of the Financial Times. What do you think?