The euro lost over one per cent of its value yesterday after Brussels’ top central banker hinted that he could [...]
The Eurozone economy may be showing signs of strength this year, thanks in part to the European Central Bank’s [...]
The Eurozone's construction sector stumbled in June, with output down 1.9 per cent compared with May. [...]
While consumers may be happy to see prices rising more slowly, central bankers and politicians around Europe are [...]
The Eurozone recovery is becoming well-entrenched, with Flash Purchasing Managers’ Indices for June pointing [...]
Eurozone inflation rose 0.3 per cent in the year to May a second estimate released today by statistics agency [...]
The markets are on edge and, as Mario Draghi conceded several weeks ago, there is not much the European Central [...]
The UK exited deflation in May, according to the ONS. In April consumer prices went on a brief foray into negative [...]
Much has been said of global currency wars in the past few years. If there has been such a war, then arguably [...]
Eurozone prices rose for the first time in six months in May - ending a series of disappointing readings which [...]
The Eurozone has escaped deflation, officials figures yesterday confirmed.
We are now well into the second phase of post-financial crisis recovery. The first, terrifying phase was the period [...]
London house prices ended seven months of decline, the Bank of England said it was feeling less optimistic about [...]
Printing money can cause turbulence in financial markets, and could cause wealth inequalities to rise, European [...]
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