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  • Sweden holds borrowing rate

    Sweden’s central bank has kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.5 percent and plans to… 04/07/12 15:14 CET

  • French budget to hit the rich

    The rich and big companies are the targets of France’s new Socialist government as it announced tax… 04/07/12 19:45 CET

  • Eurozone still weak

    The eurozone economy is still shrinking. The latest surveys of purchasing managers for the… 04/07/12 15:09 CET

  • Oil: what goes up must come down

    Crude oil prices have fallen as investors focused again on the grim economic situation. Traders… 04/07/12 14:49 CET


  • EU parliament rejects ACTA

    The EU parliament has overwhelmingly rejected the global anti-piracy agreement, ACTA. MEPs… 04/07/12 20:32 CET


  • Cyprus in the EU spotlight

    The European Union is currently undergoing one of the most turbulent economic periods in its short… 04/07/12 15:29 CET

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