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|Day's range||0.4701 - 0.4701|
|52-week range||0.1500 - 1.1900|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||2.62|
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LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 8 (Reuters) - The euro fell across the board on Monday, posting its biggest drop against the Swiss franc since early September as a spat between Rome and the European Union over Italy's budget plans forced a spike in Italian bond yields. The single currency fell nearly half a percent against the dollar to $1.1468 and not far from a more-than one-year low of $1.1355 hit in mid-August.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 8 (Reuters) - A referendum on same-sex marriage backfired on Romania's ruling party at the weekend as barely 20 percent of voters bothered to turn out, rendering the vote invalid. Backed by the Orthodox Church, the Social Democrat Party had urged voters to approve a constitutional amendment to lock down the definition of marriage as being exclusively between a man and a woman, but human rights groups encouraged Romanians to boycott the referendum. Beyond the significance of the outcome itself, it is also being widely interpreted as a sign of the unpopularity of the government, which also faces questions about its anti-graft efforts.
Eurosceptic lawmakers in the European Parliament pull in the highest earnings from private activities and second jobs making many of them the highest-paid EU legislators, a report by watchdog Transparency International said on Tuesday. One of them is UKIP's Nigel Farage, a leading Brexit campaigner to take Britain out of the EU who drew private earnings of 30,000 euros ($35,200) a month last year from broadcasting, according to the civil rights group's report that was based on public disclosures. Nearly one third of the European Parliament's 751 members declare income from private activities that top up their monthly 8,400-euro net salary and 4,000-euro allowances, Transparency International said.
European stocks fell for a second day as Italy's political crisis rumbled on, raising concerns another election could be seen as a referendum on the euro. Italy's main stock index ended the session down ...
European stocks fell for a second day as Italy's political crisis rumbled on, raising concerns another election could be seen as a referendum on the euro. Italy's main stock index ended the session down 2.65%, after earlier sinking to a 10-month low. Italy's bond market also suffered a steep sell-off.
European stocks fell for a second day as uncertainties over the make-up of Italy's new government deepened. Italy's main stock index extended early losses to sink to a 10-month low, falling by 3% on Tuesday. ...