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Eurozone manufacturing PMI falls to 51.8

2014-07-01 12:45

Eurozone manufacturing growth has eased slightly more than previously thought last month, a survey shows.

Expansion in eurozone factory activity eases

2014-06-02 14:15

Eurozone manufacturing growth has slowed more than initially thought last month, likely fuelling expectations that the European Central Bank will ease policy.

Eurozone unemployment holds steady

2014-05-02 13:43

Unemployment in the eurozone has held steady for the fourth consecutive month, according to Eurostat data.

Global markets tense before US jobs data

2014-04-04 11:58

Investors have taken to the sidelines ahead of monthly US employment data, while the euro nursed losses.

Top officials meet over Greece crisis

2014-04-02 16:08

The falling price of living in Athens has presented the unmistakable spectre of deflation to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.

French jobless total surges to new record

2014-03-27 10:11

The number of people out of work in France surged in February by 31 500 to a new record, dealing a blow to President Francois Hollande during local elections.

Europe faces policy crossroads

2014-02-09 20:15

The euro zone faces electoral and economic crosswinds which could push it to break policy taboos while challenging its ability to do so.

ECB resolution plans may be too complex

2013-12-17 08:56

Europe's latest plans for winding down failing banks may be too complex and inadequately funded, says the head of the European Central Bank.

The EU's flawed design

2013-11-21 07:23

Leopold Scholtz on why Germany is in the dog box for being too successful.

Europe's bold vision hits trouble

2013-10-18 15:30

Barely a year after European leaders set out an ambitious vision for the eurozone's future, progress has all but stalled.

Eurozone recovery gathers pace

2013-10-03 19:45

Eurozone business activity is continuing to pick up, with an improved performance from Europe's battered south feeding hopes of a continued recovery.

'Low rates build risk for fragile banks'

2013-07-17 11:42

Keeping interest rates low might save the Eurozone's fragile banking system from short-term pain, but it undermines long-term profitability, a report says.

IMF calls for faster Italy reform

2013-07-04 18:50

The International Monetary Fund says Italy's government must accelerate its reform efforts as the recession-bound economy growth outlook remains weak.

ECB not changing rates soon

2013-06-25 18:52

The European Central Bank says it has no intention of altering eurozone interest rates for the time being, as economic conditions remain weak.

EU eyes creditors to rescue banks

2013-05-14 16:56

EU finance ministers are seeking rules to shift the burden for bank failures from taxpayers to creditors.

Shares rise on central bank expectations

2013-04-29 11:44

European shares rise as investors counted on easy money from central banks in the eurozone and US to offset further disappointing global economic data.

EU approves Cyprus bailout terms

2013-04-12 15:28

Eurozone finance ministers have approved the terms of a Cyprus debt bailout as the overall cost increased to €23bn from the €17bn agreed.

Cyprus bailout swells to €23bn

2013-04-12 08:34

The cost of bailing out Cyprus has swollen to €23bn, with the crisis-hit country having to take on the lion's share of the measures needed to avoid bankruptcy.

Cyprus eurozone exit 'not an option'

2013-04-08 14:00

Finance Minister Haris Georgiades says leaving the eurozone would take Cyprus back centuries and insists there is no Plan B for reneging on a €10bn bailout.

Eurozone unemployment hits record high

2013-04-02 12:47

Eurozone unemployment ran at a record 12% in February, with more than 19 million people on the dole as the debt crisis continued to sap the economy.

Asian markets slip, spooked by eurozone

2013-03-28 07:59

Asian markets slipped and the euro sat around four-month dollar lows as eurozone fears reared again, with Italy's politicians still unable to form a government.

Cyprus secures bailout, avoids bankruptcy

2013-03-25 07:45

Cyprus has secured a €10bn package of rescue loans in tense, last-ditch negotiations, saving the country from a banking system collapse and bankruptcy.

Russia rebuffs Cyprus, EU awaits 'Plan B'

2013-03-22 13:29

Russia rebuffed Cypriot entreaties for aid, leaving the island's increasingly isolated leaders scrambling to strike a bailout deal with the European Union by next week.

Eurozone ready to discuss Cyprus bailout

2013-03-22 07:58

Eurozone finance ministers extended a Cypriot olive branch, saying they were willing to work on new plans to make work a bailout that re-draws the state's banking sector.

Cyprus 'unlikely' to pass bank tax law

2013-03-19 08:41

Cyprus's parliament is unlikely to pass legislation taxing deposits which has prompted turmoil in its banking system, a government spokesperson says.

 

ECB hurls cash at sluggish eurozone economy

2014-06-05 18:30

The European Central Bank has launched a raft of measures to fight low inflation and boost the eurozone economy.

Italy 'may leave euro if ECB stays hardline'

2014-05-06 13:45

Italy and other countries will have no choice but to leave the euro unless hardline monetary policies are dropped, says Italy's ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi.

Italy vows rigour to change EU fiscal rules

2014-04-09 11:01

Italy's new government has given its clearest indication yet that it plans to push for an easing of European Union fiscal rules after convincing its EU partners.

French cabinet gets anti-austerity ally

2014-04-03 10:51

A fierce critic of budget austerity has been named French economy minister in a reshuffled government packed with strident personalities.

Greece may make swift market comeback

2014-04-01 12:45

Greece could be on the verge of making one of the fastest market comebacks of a defaulted sovereign ever recorded.

Italy's wage cut woes

2014-03-21 12:54

Industrial decline is eating away at Southern Europe's embattled workforce.

Eurozone output in Nov beats expectations

2014-01-14 17:30

Reports say the eurozone industrial production in November rose much more than expected, signalling stronger momentum.

The EU's flawed design

2013-11-21 07:25

Leopold Scholtz on why Germany is in the dog box for being too successful.

Eurozone's budget deficit falls

2013-10-21 11:58

The eurozone's budget deficit fell to 3.7% of gross domestic product last year but the region's debt levels continued to rise, data shows.

Spain won't ask for more aid - EU official

2013-10-08 19:15

Neither Spain nor Ireland are likely to seek more financial aid when current programmes of EU and IMF support ends, a senior EU official says.

Eurozone credit slump deepens

2013-07-25 15:09

Loans to the eurozone's private sector shrank by more than expected in June, starving the region of much needed funds to sustain economic recovery.

Eurozone grants lifeline for Greece

2013-07-08 20:26

Greece has secured a €6.8bn lifeline from the eurozone but was told it must keep its promises on cutting public sector jobs and other reforms, a report states.

EU deals on banks and budget lift mood

2013-06-27 20:05

European officials have struck two significant deals in last-ditch negotiations, giving EU leaders a much needed lift.

Eurozone slump eases in May

2013-05-23 13:34

The downturn across eurozone businesses eased slightly in May, although a dearth of new orders means the bloc's economy is likely to contract again in the second quarter.

G7 to press on with bank reforms

2013-05-12 10:55

Group of Seven finance officials have agreed to redouble efforts to deal with failing banks and gave a green light to Japan's drive to galvanise its economy.

Eurozone approves Cyprus bailout

2013-04-14 08:50

Eurozone finance ministers have formally approved the terms of a problematic Cyprus debt rescue that will cost Nicosia far more than first thought.

Six million jobs lost in EU since 2008

2013-04-08 15:09

European Union economies have shed almost six million jobs since the global economic crisis struck in 2008, the International Labour Organisation says.

European shares extend losses

2013-04-04 12:13

European shares have fallen extending the previous session's sharp losses ahead of eurozone data.

Eurozone manufacturing slump deepens

2013-04-02 11:13

The downturn in the 17-nation eurozone's manufacturing sector deepened sharply in March, with even powerhouse economy Germany dragged down, a survey showed.

Govt: Cyprus deal heralds new beginning

2013-03-25 13:05

Despite painful aspects of the €10bn bailout, it will kick-start the economy and lay the groundwork for a new beginning, the Cypriot government says.

Cyprus bailout talks go to the wire

2013-03-24 10:07

Cyprus still has no final agreement on the terms of a bailout deal to save its economy from bankruptcy as it braces for make-or-break talks in Brussels.

S&P cuts Cyprus rating

2013-03-22 10:28

Ratings firm Standard & Poor's dealt a further blow to reeling Cyprus, cutting its credit rating as the eurozone country struggles to avoid a banking sector meltdown.

Cyprus deal on brink of collapse

2013-03-19 14:46

The central bank governor has warned that the €10bn eurozone bailout is in danger of collapse, after taxes on bank deposits had been scrapped.

Gold tops $1 609/oz on Cyprus bailout

2013-03-18 17:28

Gold extended earlier gains on Monday to hit its highest since late February, as a radical bailout package for Cyprus shook sentiment in the eurozone.

 
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