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Following Euro news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of Euro on the CME commodities exchange. Before you invest in the Euro Currency futures market you should do your own research.

1. Reuters.com "Greek exports jump, swell euro zone trade surplus" November 16, 2012
The 17 countries sharing the euro posted a 9.8 billion euro trade surplus with the rest of the world in September, more than five times the level in the same month a year ago, the EU's statistics office Eurostat said on Friday.
2. Bloomberg.com "Euro-Area Inflation Unexpectedly Accelerates on Spain: Economy" September 28, 2012
Euro-area inflation unexpectedly accelerated in September after the Spanish government increased sales tax to help plug its budget gap, driving prices up the most in 17 months. 
3. Bloomberg.com “Euro Rises Against Dollar As Eu Seeks Acceptable Greek Path” June 19, 2012 

The euro rallied to almost the highest level in a month against the dollar after a European Union official said a politically acceptable path will be sought for renegotiating Greece’s bailout conditions.

4. Bloomberg.com “Euro Gains Versus Most Peers as Auctions Ease Concern” April 24, 2012

The euro strengthened against most of its major counterparts after Spain, Italy and the Netherlands sold bonds, damping concern the region’s sovereign-debt crisis is worsening.

5. Bloomberg.com “Euro Weakens as Greek Bond Stalemate Deepens European Debt Crisis Anxiety” February 4, 2012

The euro fell against the yen, dropping from a one-month high, as an unresolved Greek debt-swap agreement with private bondholders added to concern the region’s fiscal crisis is far from over.

6. Bloomberg.com "Euro Gains for First Time Since October Before Crisis Summit; Dollar Drops" December 3, 2011
The euro advanced for the first time in five weeks against the dollar as six central banks including the Federal Reserve acted to make more funds available to lenders to keep Europe’s debt crisis from deepening.
7. Bloomberg.com "Euro Gains Versus Yen on Optimism for IMF Role, Drop in U.S. Jobless Rate" December 2, 2011

The euro rose against the yen as U.S. unemployment dropped in November and on optimism the International Monetary Fund will channel European Central Bank loans to the region’s debt-strapped nations. 

8. Reuters.com "FOREX-Downside risks for euro, ECB hike expected" July 7, 2011
The euro fell on Thursday ahead of an European Central Bank interest rate decision, hampered by concerns over the euro zone debt crisis and vulnerable to the risk the bank will decline to flag future rises.
9. Bloomberg.com “Euro Falls Most in Eight Months, Commodity Currencies Tumble”  May 5, 2011

The euro dropped the most against the dollar in eight months as the European Central Bank signaled it may not raise interest rates next month, while currencies of commodity exporters plunged as raw-materials prices tumbled the most in two years.

10. Bloomberg.com "Euro Weakens as Moody's Cuts Portugal's Credit Rating" March 16, 2011

The euro halted three days of gains versus the dollar after Moody's Investors Service downgraded Portugal's credit rating, reviving concern about Europe's ability to solve its debt crisis.

11. Bloomberg.com "Euro Will Climb to 13-Month High, Then ‘Fade,' Says Taylor of FX Concepts" March 3, 2011

The euro will rally to a 13-month high by June as the European Central bank raises interest rates, then "fade away" as the economy weakens, said John Taylor of FX Concepts LLC, the world's largest currency hedge fund. 

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