The euro fell sharply Friday morning as investors questioned Greece’s ability to pass into law the measures required to reduce the budget deficit in exchange for emergency funding. There is a concern that Greece’s Prime Minister will be unable to convince enough legislators to support the bill.
The euro retreated from a session high of $1.4306 losing almost half a percent to fall to a session low of $1.4190.
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