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Draghi Starts Squaring QE Circle in Month of Persuasion
Mario Draghi has one month to win consensus on quantitative easing by showing he won't endanger the ECB.
Putin's Secret Gamble on Reserves Backfires Into Currency Crisis
Kremlin insiders gathered in secret last February to answer a crucial question for Vladimir Putin: Could Russia afford the economic blowback from taking over Crimea?
Euro edges up, still shaky on ECB and Greece
(Reuters) - The euro bounced back from two-year lows against a slightly weaker dollar on Monday, with Greece's presidential election and a batch of U.S. data on Tuesday the chief risks to a calmer holiday mood.
The Australian dollar, up 0.3 percent, was the chief beneficiary of a recovery in oil prices that has seen Brent Crude move almost 7 percent higher from last week's more than five-year lows.
The outlook into 2015 for the euro looks weak, with Luc Coene the latest European Central Bank policymaker to point the way towards outright buying of government bonds to stimulate a still moribund euro zone economy.
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