Euro slumps to two-month low on Ireland rescue, Korea fears (AFP)

The euro slumped under 1.31 dollars to hit a fresh two-month low, stocks fell sharply and bond yields rose further on Monday as Ireland's 85-billion-euro bailout failed to dispel fears over the eurozone debt crisis.(AFP/File/Thomas Coex)AFP – The euro slumped under 1.31 dollars to hit a fresh two-month low, stocks fell sharply and bond yields rose further on Monday as Ireland’s 85-billion-euro bailout failed to dispel fears over the eurozone debt crisis.


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