A busy day on the emotional currency markets has seen the Spanish Manyana and the Gallic Shrug fall to new lows.
The British Grumble finished two points down, but seemed otherwise stable, while the German Stentorian is, according to one trader, 'on the march again'.
The turbulence of Europe's emotional currency has once again led to arguments that the proposed Pan European standard, the Joie De Gestalt, is doomed to failure.
Some of the Celtic nations have held preliminary talks about harmonising around the Craic.
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