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Warren Buffett says collapse of euro not unthinkable: TV

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A collapse of the euro currency was not "unthinkable" if it comes under too much strain, billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC on Thursday. Full story

German business lobbies call for tough euro rules

By Brian Rohan Full story

View on Rates, Euro

   Monitoring interest rates and the euro currency, with Scott Nations, NationShares, and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

Highlights: Comments by EU finance ministers, officials

Following are comments by euro zone ministers and officials gathering for a meeting of members of the European single currency area in Brussels on Monday. Full story

Euro has 1-in-5 chance of lasting decade: UK think-tank

The euro currency area has only a one-in-five chance of surviving in its current form over the next 10 years because of competitive imbalances between its members, a leading British think tank said on Friday. Full story

Truck spills millions of Euros in Italy

   A truck carrying $2.5 million worth of Euros spills coins on the road after blowing a tire and overturning on a highway in Italy.'s Dara Brown reports.

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  Chart of the First Half

Discussing whether the Euro will hit parity with the Dollar in the second half, with Peter Boockvar, Miller Tabak equity strategist.

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A photo taken on April 21, 2011 shows the construction of a new airport in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, ahead of the Euro 2012 football tournament in Ukraine. The Euro 2012 is due to kick off in Warsaw, Poland, on June 8, 2012 with Kiev hosting the final on July 1.