Study says euro could be top reserve by 2022

A paper published this week says the euro could replace the dollar as the world's dominant reserve currency within 20 years if Britain and other EU countries adopted the unit and the US currency continues to slide.

"We find that if all 13 EU members who are not currently in EMU (European Economic and Monetary Union) join it by 2020, including the United Kingdom, then the euro overtakes the dollar a few years later," the study's authors wrote.

"We also find that even if some of these countries

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