Germans learn to love euro and let go of D-Mark

Germans learn to love euro and let go of D-Mark

Almost 70 percent of Germans now favour the euro, and only 27 percent would prefer to ditch the common currency and return to the once-beloved deutschmark, a survey published on Tuesday found.

Soros: German austerity could spark currency war

Soros: German austerity could spark currency war

Investor Soros blames Merkel for euro crisis

Investor Soros blames Merkel for euro crisis

China promises Merkel help with debt crisis

China promises Merkel help with debt crisis

Merkel hails eurozone rescue fund agreement

Merkel hails eurozone rescue fund agreement

ECB unveils €5-billion capital increase

ECB unveils €5-billion capital increase

Merkel urges EU leaders to stand up for euro

Merkel urges EU leaders to stand up for euro

Unloved euro considered too valuable to ditch

Unloved euro considered too valuable to ditch

Majority of Germans want to keep the euro

Majority of Germans want to keep the euro

Merkel slams US ahead of G20 summit

Merkel slams US ahead of G20 summit

Brüderle slams US trade balance proposal

Brüderle slams US trade balance proposal

Germans put trust in the euro 10 years on

Germans put trust in the euro 10 years on

German GDP shrinks

German GDP shrinks

German economy surprises with robust Q1 growth

German economy surprises with robust Q1 growth

A third of Germans want the mark back

A third of Germans want the mark back

Euro hits record high against US dollar

Euro hits record high against US dollar