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Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Eurozone industrial production rises in April

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The April industrial production in the eurozone rose as expected, a sign that eurozone's recovery has continued into the second quarter. The...
Eurozone inflation in April was negative 0.2 percent, compared with a revised zero percent in March (AFP Photo/Philippe Huguen

MEPs push for muscling up eurozone

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The members of the European Parliament (MEP) called for efforts to "muscle up" the ailing eurozone as radical plans have been approved by the...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

EU revises up eurozone economic outlook despite uncertainties

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Economic growth in the 19-country eurozone is expected to speed up due to better-than-expected performance despite uncertainties sparked by Brexit this year and headwinds...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

7 out of 10 Greeks want stay in eurozone

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The majority of Greeks (71.4 percent) wants Greece to stay in the eurozone, with only 22.4 percent choosing the return to drachma, according to...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Eurozone rescue fund sells largest long-term bond in 2 years

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The eurozone's rescue fund on Wednesday sold its largest long-term bond since 2014, two days after it approved short-term debt relief measures for Greece. ...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Eurozone: construction output fell 0.9 percent in September

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The shrinking in the euro area is due to building construction falling by 1.1 percent, while civil engineering rose by 0.4 percent. ...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Eurozone lifts growth view for 2016 but cuts 2017’s

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The European Union yesterday edged up its eurozone growth forecast for this year but trimmed it for 2017, warning that the economy faced new...
Lagarde-Christine - IMF MD (Photo source zerohedge.com)

Eurozone Is Gradually Collapsing – IMF

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The IMF made this observation in its latest controversial intervention in the referendum campaign, that the Eurozone was in danger of being torn apart...
AFP/File / Sebastien Berda Eurozone unemployment in March fell to 10.2 percent, its lowest level since 2011, Eurostat said

Eurozone economy at long last reaches pre-emergency levels

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Inflation in Europe however remained very low and a source of concern with the threat of long term damage caused by falling prices weighing...
Eurozone inflation in April was negative 0.2 percent, compared with a revised zero percent in March (AFP Photo/Philippe Huguen

Growth In Eurozone Increased By 0.6% In Q1

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The Eurostat statistics agency said growth in the 19-nation single currency bloc accelerated in January to March to 0.6 percent. This expansion was double the...

Unemployment in the Eurozone fell in March to 10.2%

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The European currency bloc has made some progress in whittling down its jobless rate since it hit a record 12.1 per cent in 2013,...
A French national flag is seen on the monument at the Place de la Republique square to mourn for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, capital of France, Nov. 15, 2015. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)(azp)

France Growth To Remain Slightly Below Average

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Speaking to the financial committee in the senate, the BdF chief noted that French economy would be "resistant as it would rise at least...
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi

ECB Currency Bloc Expected To Expand By 1.4 percent

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Inflation is projected to average 0.1 per cent this year - down from the 1 per cent the bank projected in December. Consumer prices should...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Retail trade in Eurozone up by 0.4 percent

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In December, retail trade rose by 0.6 percent in the euro area and by 0.3 percent in the 28-country EU block. Compared with the same...

10.3% Fall In Unemployment Recorded In Eurozone

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The European currency bloc has struggled to significantly whittle down its jobless ranks, amid efforts to rev up its economy after emerging from recession...

Eurozone retail trade recorded an increase in Dec by 0.3 %

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In November last year, retail trade remained stable in the eurozone and rose by 0.3 percent in the EU, according to data issued by...

Greece debt crisis: Eurozone nods to the ?7bn bridging loan

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Greek pensioners have been some of the hardest hit by bank closures lasting nearly three weeks The loan is expected to be confirmed on...

How the Eurozone crisis is tilting the transfer balance towards the Premier League

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By Kieran Maguire As if a ?5 billion TV deal was not enough, the ongoing Greek financial crisis has stacked the cards firmly in favour...

Eurozone finalise ?agreement? on Greece debt

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He tweeted that a bailout programme was ?all ready to go? for Greece, ?with serious reforms and financial support?. Details of the agreement were not...
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Greece has until Thursday to present new proposals to eurozone

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Greek banks remain shut, with controls on cash machine withdrawals The eurozone has given Greece until Thursday to present new proposals to secure a...

Juncker admits Grexit is still in play

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European Commission (EC) President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday night after a Euro summit that Grexit cannot be ruled out though he doesn't want...
Alexis Tsipras

Greek Prime Minister to put before eurozone new plans

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras The plan is said to include a demand for Greece?s debt to be cut by up to 30%, after...
Greece

No votes in Greece?s referendum draws Greece and Eurozone into strange waters

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The Greek people on Sunday gave an overwhelming "No" in the referendum on a rescue package from creditors, dramatically increasing the chance for the...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Hopes of hitting a deal diminish despite Eurozone attempts

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Eurozone will hold a last-minute critical meeting to finalize Greece' new proposals late Wednesday but hope of reaching a deal faded as part of...
Greece

Eurozone leadership repeats call for a Greek deal

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said new proposals offered by Greece constituted ?some progress?. But she said more work was needed and ?time is short?. Greece...
Alexis Tsipras

PM Tsipras accuses Greece?s lenders of political expediency

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has accused Greece's lenders of "political expediency" due to their insistence that the most indebted country in Europe...
Seth Terkper

Ghana government team leaves for IMF and World Bank meetings

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Ghana?s Minister of Finance Seth Terkper left here on Wednesday as head of a government delegation to this year?s Spring Meetings of the World...

Major European economies looks east for trade deals

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The eurozone's biggest economies -- Germany, France and Italy -- have followed Britain's lead to confirm intentions to become founding members of the Asian...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Greece bailout extension bid approved

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European Union officials on Tuesday approved the extension aid program for Greece, considering the list of Greece reform measures to be sufficiently comprehensive. Commenting on...
Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem

Greece lands an extension deal with mighty Eurozone

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Eurozone finance ministers reached an agreement to extend Greece?s financial rescue by four months. Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, head of the Eurogroup, said...