Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour
Eurozone economic growth in the final three months of last year was not as good as initially thought - 0.4% rather than the initial 0.5% estimate.
Today’s political climate limits the possibilities for structural reforms, fiscal pooling, and improved labor mobility. But if European leaders can strengthen the banking union, there is still hope for the eurozone’s future.
An all-important review of Greece’s latest bailout will end well, Alexis Tsipras told a meeting of his Syriza party in Athens on Saturday.
There was a strong start to 2017 for factory activity in the eurozone as surveys showed it increased at the fastest rate in nearly six years.
Just released statistics show industrial output in the eurozone rose by more than expected in November, pointing to an economic spurt in the region.
Business Line looks at the great expectations for 2017 with the eurozone economy maybe showing some signs of recovery after years of malaise.
Unemployment in the eurozone was unchanged in November at 9.8 percent with big disparities across the region and youth unemployment trended up.
Economic sentiment in the eurozone was much better than expected in December while German industrial orders pointed to a busy final quarter.
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Eurozone manufacturing in December expanded at the fastest pace in more than five and a half years and orders rose, even as companies raised prices.
By Dimitris Papadimoulis, Vice President of the European Parliament and head of the SYRIZA party delegation. This article represents the views of its
Greek PM Alexis Tspiras has met with Angela Merkel in Berlin after his government passed a planned Christmas giveaway for pensions in defiance of its international…
Monthly Eurostat figures showed consumers stocked up on non-food products, such as clothing and electrical goods.
Italy's PM Matteo Renzi faces a high-risk referendum vote on Sunday, asking Italians to approve constitutional changes he says will reduce political instability. If voters reject his plan, he has said
Euro zone consumer confidence rose much more than expected by economists in November, according to the European Commission on Tuesday showed.
ECB President Mario Draghi has spoken out against any relaxing of the rules on how banks operate and hinted at more stimulus for the eurozone.
Unemployment in the eurozone remains high but eased in September to the lowest level in five years at 10 percent of the workforce.
Eurozone inflation got a caffeine and nicotine fuelled boost in September as people paid more in restaurants and cafes. Cigarette prices also rose.