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It sounds like you're running into this issue: "€" Euro character not displaying properly.
You'll want to check that your encoding is all set to UTF-8 (incl. filesystem, database, etc.). Have a look at Troubleshooting Character Encoding for help on fixing that.
Let me know if you have any trouble!
Thanks for your suggestion. I ran the encodingtestrun.action. And everything is okay.
If I edit a page and use the € symbol directly, then it is also displayed as €.
The problem with the € symbol is only when I load it from a csv file through the macro "Csv to table" from the plugin Csv To Table for Confluence
My apologies, I missed that part and I'm not very familiar with that add-on. I've tagged the add-on in your post, and so if the vendor happens to see this on Community, they'll be able to help you.
I would also recommend emailing the vendor at firstname.lastname@example.org, as they might be able to help you directly that way.
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