The employee was supposed to transfer €62.40 from a retiree’s bank account, but fell asleep with his finger on the "2" key and transferred €222 million instead. Thank heavens he wasn't typing the number "9."
The Central Bank of Iran announced that it will change its monetary policy by converting €45 billion into United States dollars, it's most powerful enemy, and gold ingots. This plan is to be carried out into three separate phases.
Venezuelan Government opts to sign some of the oil contracts in Euros rather than in the US dollars because of the decline in the value of US dollars against Euros. It provides more than half of the crude oil contracts to the US.
Paid in Euros? Pounds? Dollars? Gisele Bundchen seems to believe she is happy to receive any kind of currency since denying reports about only accepting Euros. The Brazilian supermodel seemed to not favor the weak dollar in favor for the stronger Euro.
Iran has reportedly ceased selling oil contracts denominated in U.S. dollars. That is what Irananian news agency ISNA says, citing Iran's Oil Minister. That is bad news for the U.S., but it's more of a reputation problem than a real economic sore.