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2015/01/30 16:39
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Eurozone's consumer prices drop 0.6% amid weak growth FRANKFURT, Germany -- Falling prices sent another worrying signal about the eurozone economy just before the European Central Bank starts a 1...
2015/01/30 16:39
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2015/01/30 09:34
2015/01/30 09:34
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The 1.4-percent increase for 2014 as a whole marked the fifth consecutive year that German retailers posted real and nominal year-on-year sales increases, the federal statistics office Destatis said...
2015/01/29 12:16
2015/01/29 12:16
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BERLIN - German unemployment fell in January to the lowest level since the country was reunited in 1990, official data showed Thursday. The number of people registered as unemployed in Germany fell...
2015/01/29 11:27
2015/01/29 11:27
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Germany to slide into deflation in January, state data suggests BERLIN (Reuters) - Annual inflation in Europe's largest economy looks set to turn negative in January for the first time since the...
2015/01/29 10:42
2015/01/29 10:42
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By Maria Petrakis Haris Georgiades’s day started with a protest and ended with a party. On the morning of Nov. 20, the finance minister of Cyprus attended a Bank of Cyprus Pcl shareholder meeting at...
2015/01/27 21:09
2015/01/27 21:09
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Mr Schäuble said he was sick of having to justify his rescue strategy. “We have given exceptional help to Greece. I must say emphatically that German taxpayers have handed over a great deal,” he...
2015/01/27 19:59
2015/01/27 19:59
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Greece’s new left-wing Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, picked an outspoken bailout critic as his new finance minister on Tuesday, signaling his resolve to take a tough line with Eurozone lenders in an...
2015/01/27 02:37
2015/01/27 02:37
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The headhunter Egon Zehnder has been hired to hunt for a successor to chief executive Peter Sands, who has presided over a massive fall in the bank’s share price amid numerous profits warnings. News...
2015/01/23 11:38
2015/01/23 11:38
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Headline borrowing in the month was £13.1bn, well above the £10.3bn in December 2013, with the extra damage largely inflicted by a £2.9bn payment to the European Union. The consensus of City analysts...
2015/01/23 09:43
2015/01/23 09:43
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FRANKFURT - The European Central Bank unveiled Thursday an eagerly-awaited programme of sovereign bond purchases, known as quantitative easing or QE, to ward off deflation in the eurozone. After the...
2015/01/21 09:27
2015/01/21 09:27
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The surprise scrapping of a currency peg on Thursday by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) added fuel to the fire. Analysts hinted that SNB President Thomas Jordan, desperate to avoid struggling to...
2015/01/20 17:27
2015/01/20 17:27
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... -- Raiffeisen Bank International AG’s junior bonds slumped to levels typically viewed as distressed after gains in the Swiss franc added to woes triggered by the tumble in the Russian and...
2015/01/20 08:51
2015/01/20 08:51
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Hollande said the ECB would buy sovereign debt The ECB is poised to launch full–scale quantitative easing, in which it could buy over £500billion of sovereign and corporate bonds over two years to...
2015/01/18 15:19
2015/01/18 15:19
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Net capital outflows from Russia were at the highest level ever in 2014. Net outflows by companies and banks reached $151.5 billion in 2014, more than two times as much as in 2013, according to the...
2015/01/18 04:03
2015/01/18 04:03
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... - The European Central Bank is expected to launch a programme of sovereign bond purchases, known as quantitative easing or QE, at its policy meeting Thursday to ward off deflation in the...
2015/01/15 11:15
2015/01/15 11:15
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The German economy, Europe's biggest, braved global economic storms to expand by a better-than-expected 1.5 percent in 2014, and turn in a surplus in its public finances, data showed Thursday. German...
2015/01/15 10:49
2015/01/15 10:49
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ZURICH--The Swiss franc rocketed beyond parity with the euro on Thursday after Switzerland's central bank stunned markets by scrapping its long-standing cap on the strength of the currency. The franc...
2015/01/14 16:56
2015/01/14 16:56
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Via Dow Jones, An adviser to the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ) has delivered a tentative thumbs-up to an ECB bond plan unveiled in September 2012 that was aimed at countering euro...
2015/01/14 08:49
2015/01/14 08:49
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Germany boasts first balanced budget in 45 years Euro zone’s biggest economy calls on partners to follow its austere example The mood of self-congratulation in Berlin over the balanced budget makes...
2015/01/13 21:09
2015/01/13 21:09
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Headline inflation fell below zero in December, and core inflation, excluding energy and food, was stuck at 0.7pc, far below the ECB's target of just below 2pc. Persistent low inflation makes it...
2015/01/30 16:39
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