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The European Commission just published its winter economic forecasts, with stronger economic growth and lower inflation projected for most of

February 25, 2014

Traders still expect policy action next week, but not all disinflation is seen as a problem for the single currencyYesterday’s

February 24, 2014

Confidence in the economy relapsed in the Eurozone in February. The European Commission’s consumer confidence index fell to -12.7, from

February 20, 2014

Despite a boost from new orders, figures for manufacturing and services activity in the Eurozone suggests recovery is still fragile,

February 20, 2014

A SENIOR European Central Bank (ECB) official yesterday brushed off suggestions that the Eurozone could suffer a period of deflation, going

February 19, 2014

PRIVATE forecasters have slashed their estimates for inflation in the Eurozone this year and next, according to the European Central Bank

February 13, 2014

THE ARCHITECTS of the European single currency apparently paid little heed to globalisation or the rise of China. The Delors

February 10, 2014

AT THE European Central Bank (ECB) press conference yesterday, Mario Draghi was asked whether the Eurozone is tipping into deflation

February 6, 2014

THE EUROZONE’S economy has enjoyed a strong start to the year, business surveys revealed yesterday, despite separate figures pointing to

February 5, 2014

In the present debate on the euro crisis, Germany is frequently portrayed as a model of economic strength, a beacon

July 2, 2012

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