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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
The extended importance of the euro
Richard W. Fisher
Remarks before the European Banking Congress, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, November 17, 2006 ; "While the ECB has delivered a currency that retains its purchasing power at least as well as the dollar, there are at least three reasons why the euro is unlikely to displace the dollar as the dominant international currency in the near term. First, the growth prospects of the euro area. Second, the uniqueness of EMU. Third, the benefits of incumbency."

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Richard W. Fisher, "The extended importance of the euro", Speech, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue Nov 17, 2006.
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Keywords: Euro ; Dollar; American ; Monetary unions - European Union countries ; Monetary policy ; International finance
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