I just tried :

- on a laptop where Ubuntu has been updated from 17.04 to 17.10
yesterday (27th March)

- on the current 18.04 pre-release version on my home computer (updates
made until 27th March)

Both were installed with French language and "French alternative"
keyboard configuration.

On both I can well type Euro symbol € and it is well written in the gdm
login field.

Same for # $ @ ù é.

Only letters with an accent needing a double click are not written
correctly since 10th March updates on 18.04 (but work on 17.10) :

û and ü give u
ô and ö give o (see bug 1758563)

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  gdm greeter does not allow non-US characters (like euro character €)
  when typing password

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