By Catarina Saraiva and Lukanyo Mnyanda, Bloomberg News |
May 10, 2012
The euro rose from a three-month low as Europe’s bailout fund confirmed that aid to Greece had been received and officials reported progress forming a government, easing concern the nation will leave the monetary union.
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