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Eurozone Economy Slows Further as Exports Sputter

July 31, 2018 |

The eurozone’s economy slowed further in the three months through June, as exports sputtered and business confidence weakened on worries over future relations with the currency area’s largest trading partners. What’s News Europe

Eurozone House Prices Rise at Fastest Rate in 11 Years

July 12, 2018 |

Eurozone house prices rose at the fastest pace in 11 years during the first three months of 2018, a development that is likely to reinforce the European Central Bank’s determination to end a key stimulus program in December. What’s News Europe

Eurozone Gives Greece Some Debt Relief as Bailout Nears End

June 22, 2018 |

The eurozone agreed to lighten Greece’s debt burden when the country’s bailout ends this summer, but the measures fall short of what the IMF says would be needed to end doubts about Greece’s long-term solvency. What’s News Europe

Merkel and Macron Begin Sparring on Eurozone Reform

April 20, 2018 |

German and French leaders on Thursday kick-started what promised to be difficult talks about strengthening the eurozone’s architecture, as Berlin maintained its skepticism over ambitious French proposals to deepen the integration of the currency union’s economies. What’s News Europe

Are the Wheels Coming Off the Eurozone Recovery?

April 13, 2018 |

A string of weak eurozone data in the first quarter may be just a blip but there are three big risks that investors need to keep an eye on. What’s News Europe

Eurozone Inflation Ticks Up, Stemming Months of Decline

April 5, 2018 |

Consumer prices picked up in March for the first time in four months, while the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in more than nine years during February, developments that will reinforce the ECB’s belief that it is on track to meet its inflation target over coming years. What’s News Europe

As Eurozone Economy Roars, Inflation Lags

March 17, 2018 |

The eurozone’s annual rate of inflation was even lower than previously estimated in February, as wages continued to grow modestly despite strong economic growth and a steady fall in unemployment. What’s News Europe

Italian Election Dims Hopes of Eurozone Reform

March 14, 2018 |

Italy’s election last week filled more than half of its parliament with representatives of antiestablishment, euroskeptic parties, almost certainly dashing any realistic prospect of eurozone leaders agreeing in June to a package of far-reaching changes, Simon Nixon writes. What’s News Europe

German, Italian Growth Add Fuel to Eurozone Recovery

November 14, 2017 |

The German and Italian economies moved up a gear in the third quarter, aided by an increase in demand for their exports, as the eurozone’s $ 10 trillion economy remained on course for its strongest year since 2007. What’s News Europe

Eurozone Growth Set to Accelerate as Threats Subside

November 9, 2017 |

The European Union said the eurozone was on track to post its fastest growth rate in a decade as political uncertainties that threatened to cast a shadow over the bloc this year largely failed to materialize. What’s News Europe