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2014/07/25 11:25
2014/07/25 11:25
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German business morale slumps Friday, July 25 11:34:39 German business sentiment fell to its lowest level in nine months in July, adding to signs that Europe's largest economy is slowing and...
2014/07/25 11:25
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2014/07/24 12:03
2014/07/24 12:03
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... - The eurozone economy showed signs of a rebound in July after several months of sluggish activity, but France stood out as a laggard, a closely watched survey showed on...
2014/07/16 14:56
2014/07/16 14:56
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BRUSSELS: Countries in the eurozone posted a 15.4-billion-euro ($20.9-billion) trade surplus in May, official data showed on Wednesday, with export powerhouse Germany again leading the way. Exports...
2014/07/16 08:19
2014/07/16 08:19
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The German Stock Market Index DAX is seen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. AFP PHOTO European equities ended in the red on Tuesday after the head of the Federal Reserve warned it could...
2014/07/15 14:57
2014/07/15 14:57
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FRANKFURT: Europe's biggest economy German could already be running out of steam, data showed on Tuesday, and economists say the country's World Cup win is unlikely to provide any fresh...
2014/07/14 21:46
2014/07/14 21:46
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With Europe’s biggest economy already in good shape owing to buoyant domestic demand, the long-term economic impact of the 2014 tournament may actually prove rather limited, analysts said. On the...
2014/07/14 11:57
2014/07/14 11:57
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BRUSSELS: Industrial production in the eurozone fell by 1.1 per cent in May, official Eurostat data showed on Monday, erasing a rise a month earlier. In April, industrial production rose 0.7 per...
2014/07/08 11:27
2014/07/08 11:27
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Europe's stocks, periphery bonds dip amid bank fines, dim QE hopes LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's main stock indices and lower-rated government bonds slipped on Tuesday amid reports of new U.S. fines...
2014/07/08 06:50
2014/07/08 06:50
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German exports and imports fall more than expected in May BERLIN (Reuters) - German exports and imports dropped much more than expected in May, data showed on Tuesday, coming on the heels of other...
2014/07/07 14:18
2014/07/07 14:18
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Mario Draghi’s plan to end the euro area’s lending drought risks missing the target. While the European Central Bank president says a program to hand as much as 1 trillion euros ($1.4 trillion) to...
2014/07/07 11:34
2014/07/07 11:34
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Frankfurt - German industrial production fell for the third month in a row in May, hit by calendar effects and uncertainty about the economic fallout from the Ukraine and Iraq crises, data showed...
2014/07/04 09:19
2014/07/04 09:19
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Europe's main stock markets closed sharply higher on Thursday, with Germany's main index at a record, as traders welcomed strong US jobs data and digested another surprise from ECB. Frankfurt's DAX...
2014/07/04 07:08
2014/07/04 07:08
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A raft of policy measures introduced last month will help lift inflation and support bank lending but the European Central Bank stands ready to create money in future if required, president Mario...
2014/07/04 01:08
2014/07/04 01:08
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ECB President Mario Draghi: "The key ECB interest rates will remain at the current levels for an extended period of time." The European Central Bank left its monetary policy intact yesterday,...
2014/07/03 18:12
2014/07/03 18:12
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Recovery in some of the eurozone's worst hit crisis economies is speeding ahead, according to the latest snapshot of the private sector in the single currency bloc. Italy's services sector benefited...
2014/07/01 20:42
2014/07/01 20:42
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Spain's economic recovery was underlined as its manufacturing sector recorded its greatest activity in seven years, but the financial crisis has left its mark with separate figures showing a sharp...
2014/07/01 17:16
2014/07/01 17:16
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Brussels - Unemployment in the eurozone continued to fall in May, but at a slower pace, raising fears that a fragile economic recovery in the single currency bloc could be stalling. Two job seekers...
2014/06/30 13:04
2014/06/30 13:04
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... - Eurozone inflation is still stuck at the lowest levels since the financial crisis, new data showed on Monday, highlighting the threat of deflation but analysts say the ECB is unlikely to...
2014/06/30 11:25
2014/06/30 11:25
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ECB wait for June actions to work Monday, June 30 12:12:27 Euro zone inflation remained stuck at levels last seen during the 2009 recession and lending to companies and households contracted again,...
2014/06/30 09:50
2014/06/30 09:50
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Bank of England imposes first limits on size of UK mortgages LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England imposed its first limits on how much most people can borrow to buy a home on Thursday, in a bid to...
2014/07/25 11:25
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