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The Eurogroup is seeking 7 billion euros of bridge financing for Greece from the European Financial Stability Fund from which Greece will be able to
The ECB has published estimates of the direct cost to eurozone countries of bolstering the financial sector from 2008 to 2013. Ireland’s bank
While the eurozone’s jobs market shows signs of a revival, with unemployment falling slightly in February, there are winners and losers. Italy
The European Central Bank’s President Mario Draghi says the euro zone’s recovery is gaining momentum and that new stimulus measures will succeed
Industrial production in the eurozone failed to rise as expected in December and Ireland was the culprit. Irish factory output slipped by 12.4
The new leftwing Greek government and the man overseeing its bailout operation – the eurozone’s finance chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem – met for the first
The European Central Bank is actively looking at what more it can do to get the eurozone economy growing robustly again, but for the moment it is
Former French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici says he won’t shy away from criticising France’s public spending plans. MEPs has expressed concern
There was more gloomy news for the European Central Bank’s policymakers, with word that eurozone businesses grew at the slowest pace this year in
The European Central Bank has warned the crisis in Ukraine poses risks to the eurozone’s weak and uneven economic recovery. ECB President Mario
Latest figures suggest the pace of the eurozone’s recovery is slowing despite some positive news from the bloc’s peripheral economies.