Euro falls to fresh 4-year lows as selling picks up

SYDNEY (BestGrowthStock) – The euro extended losses on Monday, falling to its lowest in more than four years, as mounting worries about the region’s debt problems drove investors to sell the single currency.

The euro fell (Read more about the trembling euro. ) as low as $1.1921, according to the EBS trading platform, having fallen past $1.1950 in early Asian trade when stop losses were triggered. Traders say the next option trigger is at $1.1850.

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Euro falls to fresh 4-year lows as selling picks up