Euro falls to lowest level in twenty years | Money

The currency has already lost more than 8 percent against the greenback this year as inflation weighs more and more on households and businesses. In addition, there are also the consequences of the war in Ukraine. In this context, the European Central Bank cannot raise interest rates as quickly as the Federal Reserve, the US central bank.

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