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Jun 30, 2014

Eurozone inflation rate remained flat at low 0.5 percent in June, keeps pressure on ECB

The inflation rate across the 18-country eurozone languished at a low of 0.5 percent in June, official figures showed Monday, adding urgency to the European Central Bank's recently announced measures to help the economy... #European Central Bank #Brussels

Jul 10, 2014

Stocks end with losses from sell-off

Stocks ended lower Thursday as fears about the health of a European bank created a sell-off that sent investors to the safer havens of gold and government bonds. Although prices recovered slightly late in the day, the indexes still closed with losses... #Wall Street #Dow Jones #Europe

Jul 05, 2014

U.S. economy a world beater because of 5 factors

How does the U.S. economy do it? Europe is floundering. China faces slower growth. Japan is struggling to sustain tentative gains. Yet the U.S. job market is humming, and the pace of economic growth is steadily rising. Five full years after a devasta... #China #Europe #Ben Bernanke #European Central Bank #Federal Reserve

Jul 10, 2014

Portuguese bank fears hit stock markets

Trading in Banco Espírito Santo suspended after shares dive as investors fear prospect of new eurozone trouble Continue reading..... #European Union #Europe #Portugal #European Monetary Union

Jul 04, 2014

Italian PM attacks Bundesbank over claim Rome risks eurozone recovery

Matteo Renzi launches attack on head of German central bank, Jens Weidmann, accusing him of political interference Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, has launched a scathing attack on Germany's powerful central bank, telling it to mind its own... #European Union #Bundesbank #Germany #Europe #Angela Merkel #Italy #European Monetary Union

Jul 09, 2014

New Bank of England deputy governor questioned by MPs as it happened

Nemat Shafik, who joins the Bank of England next month, tells the Treasury select committee that spare capacity in the UK economy is probably less than the 1-1.5% estimated by the bank in May Lunchtime summary Photos of Greek protests Sainsbury's AGM... #Halifax Corp #Greece #Bank of England #Jesse Norman #European Union #FTSE #Andrew Tyrie #International Monetary Fund #Crete

Jun 24, 2014

Ailing France heading back to recession as eurozone recovery is 'losing momentum'

The purchasing managers' index of activity in the single currency bloc fell from 53.5 in May to a six-month low of 52.8 in June... #Halifax Corp #Greece #Bank of England #Jesse Norman #European Union #FTSE #Andrew Tyrie #International Monetary Fund #Crete

Jul 07, 2014

German industrial output falls unexpectedly, but investor optimism picks up - business live

Geopolitical risks and May Day Bank Holiday blamed, as output across Germany's factories falls by 1.8% in May Protests in Greece, but 1bn aid should be agreed today Eurozone investor morale rises in July Germany's industrial output drops 'Disappointi... #China #Wall Street #Northern Ireland #Angela Merkel

Jul 10, 2014

Portuguese bank fears hit stock markets

Trading in Banco Espírito Santo suspended after shares dive as investors fear prospect of new eurozone trouble Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic were rattled on Thursday on fears that the suspension of shares in Portugal's third largest ban... #Lisbon #European Union #Europe #Portugal #European Monetary Union

Jul 10, 2014

European markets fall as Portugal bank woes revive 'darkest nightmares' as it happened

Concerns over Portugal's Banco Espírito Santo have hit shares across Europe; Saxo Bank says "darkest nightmares about Europe" have returned (see 5.10pm) IMF issues statement Summary: FTSE 100 hits lowest since late April amid selloff Fears over Espir... #Europe #Bank of England #FTSE #Wall Street Journal #Christopher Bailey #European Union #Lisbon
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