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  • Euro crisis: No big bazooka

    European leaders have made new big efforts during the last few days to tackle the debt crisis… 09/12/11 20:15 CET

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  • Portugal’s recession deepens

    Portugal’s economy is in an even worse state than was previously thought. The latest revised… 09/12/11 17:35 CET

  • Summit boosts ECB’s role

    The role of the European Central Bank is key to curbing the threat from the debt crisis. To… 09/12/11 17:35 CET

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    After a bit of uncertainty earlier in Friday’s session, the financial markets decided they did like… 09/12/11 14:34 CET

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  • 20 years after the USSR

    The fall of the Soviet Union resulted in huge changes – in all aspects of life. Education changed… 09/12/11 18:08 CET

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  • Lyon in lights

    The Fete des Lumieres in Lyon, France, has turned the city into a magical wonderland. Nearly three… 09/12/11 16:33 CET

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