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March 18, 2015
Taylor Smith, a student from Missouri travelling around Europe, poses in front of Saint Peter's basilica...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Taylor Smith, a student from Missouri, poses in front of Saint Peter's basilica at the Vatican
Taylor Smith, a student from Missouri travelling around Europe, poses in front of Saint Peter's basilica at the Vatican March 14, 2015. When asked if the strength of the U.S. dollar against the euro had made a difference to her trip, Taylor replied that thanks to it, she had been able to save a lot of money especially on train tickets, food and hotel rooms. The euro's exchange rate against the U.S. dollar has fallen about 25 percent since the middle of 2014 to within a few cents of a 1:1 parity rate not seen since 2002. The steep slide in one of the world's pivotal currency pairs comes as interest rate policy either side of the Atlantic diverges. The U.S. Federal Reserve (FED) is preparing for its first official rate rise in nine years just as the European Central Bank (ECB) is driving down long-term euro borrowing costs through its launch this month of a bond-buying, or "quantitative easing", policy. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
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