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The Netherlands and the euro
The Netherlands is a founding member of the European Union and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
Poland and the euro
Poland joined the European Union in 2004 and is currently preparing to adopt the euro.
Portugal and the euro
Portugal joined the European Union in 1986 and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
The European Central Bank (ECB) published on 9 July 2008 its "Review of the international role of the euro", focusing on developments during the year 2007.
Romania and the euro
Romania joined the European Union on 1 January 2007 and has committed to adopt the euro once it fulfils the necessary conditions.
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is an initiative of the European banking industry that will make all electronic payments across the euro area – e.g. by ...
Customers can pay with euro cash anywhere in the euro area. But making cashless payments from one country to another is still not very smooth. SEPA will remove ...
Slovakia and the euro
Slovakia joined the European Union in 2004 and has aspirations to adopt the euro in 2009.
Slovenia and the euro
Slovenia joined the European Union in 2004 and, on 1 January 2007, became the first of the new EU countries to adopt the euro.
Slovenia's changeover to euro runs smoothly
The first hours of Slovenia's changeover from its tolar money to the euro ran smoothly after the tiny nation became the first former communist state to join ...
Spain and the euro
Spain joined the European Union in 1986 and was in the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
Euro Team - A network of speakers on the euro in the 10 new EU Member States
Sweden and the euro
Sweden joined the European Union in 1995 and has not yet adopted the euro, but in accordance with the Treaty it will do so once it meets the necessary ...
The United Kingdom and the euro
The United Kingdom joined the European Union in 1973. It has negotiated an 'opt-out' from the euro and is thus not obliged to introduce it.
The euro - the EU single currency
Latest news about the European Union's single currency.
Leaving the euro: A practical guide
If member states leave the Economic and Monetary Union, what is the best way for the economic process to be managed to provide the soundest foundation for the ...
Life in the Eurozone With or Without Sovereign Default?
Life in the Eurozone With or Without Sovereign Default? It summarizes the views presented at a conference that the European University Institute and the ...
EU's single currency turns 20 years old
The euro, Europe's common currency, turned 20 on 1 January 2019. 11 EU states launched the euro in January 1999, introducing a shared monetary policy under the ...
Convergence Report 2018
The European Commission published on 23 May the 2018 Convergence Report that assesses EU Member States' progress towards joining the euro area and covers the ...
Who needs credit and who gets credit in Eastern Europe? (ECB Working Paper No. 1421)
Based on survey data covering 8,387 firms in 20 countries this ECB Working Paper compares credit demand and credit supply for firms in Eastern Europe to those ...
The Euro area sovereign debt crisis: Safe haven, credit rating agencies and the spread of the fever from Greece, Ireland and Portugal (ECB Working Paper No. 1419)
Since the intensification of the crisis in September 2008, all euro area long-term government bond yields relative to the German Bund have been characterised ...
To protect the euro in the eurozone and beyond, EU laws aim to ensure proper coordination of anti-counterfeiting measures between national authorities and ...
Protection of euro against counterfeiting
EU Finance Ministers backed measures on 6 May that will reinforce the protection of the euro and other currencies through criminal law measures. These will ...
The Euro Crisis and Its Aftermath
The Euro Crisis and Its Aftermath was written to inform readers about the history of this enduring European crisis and the alternative proposals for ending it. ...
20 years ago, on 1 January 1999, 11 EU countries fixed their exchange rates, adopted a shared monetary policy under the European Central Bank, and launched a ...
Five Presidents' Report - plans to strengthen Economic and Monetary Union as of 1 July 2015
The EU Institutions' five Presidents - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, together with the President of the Euro Summit, Donald Tusk, the ...
This paper uses a two-country-three-sector DSGE model to analyse adjustment in the Euro area. A particular distinction is made between tradeables and non ...
The European Commission concluded on 7 May 2008 that Slovakia meets the criteria for adopting the euro and made a proposal to the Council to this effect. The ...
Cross border credit transfers within the EU
This Directive establishes minimum information and performance requirements for cross-border credit transfers so as to ensure that funds can be transferred ...
ECB Monthly Bulletin - April 2011
The ECB Monthly Bulletin provides a detailed overview of recent economic and monetary developments in the euro area in the form of text and statistics.
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