All posts tagged "eurozone"
Though economy surprises, ECB to stick with stimulus program
ECB president stressing inflation is still below what bank considers ideal
- Posted June 7, 2017
Eurozone’s economic growth near 6-year high: New survey
- Posted March 24, 2017
Greece, creditors narrow their differences in bailout talks
Dijsselbloem said the talks in Brussels would not be about debt relief
- Posted February 10, 2017
Eurozone Economy Starts 2017 Solidly, Especially on Jobs
The firm said the recovery remains broad-based across the eurozone, but that it was particularly strong in Ireland, Spain and France
- Posted February 3, 2017
Upcoming Votes Could Test the Eurozone’s Stability Again
- Posted November 25, 2016
Eurozone Growth ‘Losing Momentum’ as Britain Rebounds
- Posted October 5, 2016
IMF: Brexit Fallout Will Shave Eurozone Growth in 2016, 2017
Was projecting 1.7 percent growth this year and next before vote
- Posted July 8, 2016
EU Chief: Brexit Would Change Europe Forever for the Worse
An "out" vote in the June 23 British referendum on European Union membership will change Europe forever — and "for the worse," the bloc's president said Wednesday.
- Posted February 24, 2016
ECB Chief: Parts of Europe Banking System ‘Face Challenges’
FRANKFURT, Germany – European Central Bank head Mario Draghi says some eurozone banks “face challenges” but that the system is more resilient due to oversight that was strengthened after the global financial crisis. Draghi said Monday that...
- Posted February 15, 2016
Eurozone Economy Ends 2015 with Whimper as Dark Clouds Grow
LONDON – The 19-country eurozone is in its longest stretch of economic expansion since the global financial crisis in 2008 but growth remains paltry despite a series of tail winds and is susceptible to a reverse if...
- Posted February 12, 2016