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3rd May 2016

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Eurogroup to discuss euro exchange rate, says Moscovici

Eurozone finance ministers will discuss closer co-ordination on the exchange rate of the euro, according to French finance minister Pierre Moscovici. Speaking with journalists ahead of the Eurogroup meeting Monday, Moscovici said that the euro exchange rate needed stability and "should not be subject to moods or speculation."

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