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Eurozone jobless rate falls

The jobless rate in Europe is down. The percentage of people looking for work fell to 11.5 percent in June, down from 11.6 percent the previous

The jobless rate in Europe is down. The percentage of people looking for work fell to 11.5 percent in June, down from 11.6 percent the previous

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Greece PM predicts end to recession at end of 2014

Greece will end six years of recession by the end of 2014. That’s the message Antonis Samaras, the Greek Prime Minister gave at the annual trade fair

Greece will end six years of recession by the end of 2014. That’s the message Antonis Samaras, the Greek Prime Minister gave at the annual trade fair

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Eurozone industry rebounds

Private industry in the eurozone unexpectedly bounced back to growth this month for the first time in more than a year and a half. The news comes

Private industry in the eurozone unexpectedly bounced back to growth this month for the first time in more than a year and a half. The news comes

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Eurozone debt hits record high

The eurozone continues to sink deeper into debt. The latest figures show that only Germany – which is the region’s biggest economy – and tiny

The eurozone continues to sink deeper into debt. The latest figures show that only Germany – which is the region’s biggest economy – and tiny

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Europe Weekly: EU in a spin after Cyprus bailout

The ongoing uncertainty over the bailout of the Cypriot banking system dominated the headlines again this week. Euronews took a look at how

The ongoing uncertainty over the bailout of the Cypriot banking system dominated the headlines again this week. Euronews took a look at how

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Cyprus seeks last minute deal in Brussels to avert crisis

The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades is in Brussels today to seek an 11-th hour deal to prevent the country’s financial collapse. It is a

The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades is in Brussels today to seek an 11-th hour deal to prevent the country’s financial collapse. It is a

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Cyprus bailout talks move to Brussels

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades will be taking part in Sunday morning bailout talks in Brussels as negotiations reach a delicate stage

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades will be taking part in Sunday morning bailout talks in Brussels as negotiations reach a delicate stage

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Cyprus closes in on EU bailout deal

Cypriot leaders are in Brussels for last ditch talks to avert the country’s financial collapse. It comes after its parliament voted to restructure

Cypriot leaders are in Brussels for last ditch talks to avert the country’s financial collapse. It comes after its parliament voted to restructure

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Bemused Cypriots wonder what has hit them

Siege mentality has gripped Cyprus, with banks closed, people on a drip feed of limited daily funds, and the looming possibility of a bank crash

Siege mentality has gripped Cyprus, with banks closed, people on a drip feed of limited daily funds, and the looming possibility of a bank crash

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EU leaders agree to a balance of growth and strict budgets

EU leaders meeting in Brussels for their Spring summit are in a frosty mood due to criticism back home against government-led austerity measures

EU leaders meeting in Brussels for their Spring summit are in a frosty mood due to criticism back home against government-led austerity measures

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Cyprus bailout tops Eurogroup agenda

Eurozone finance ministers are set for fresh talks on a bailout for Cyprus. They will start on Monday at a Eurogroup meeting and a senior eurozone

Eurozone finance ministers are set for fresh talks on a bailout for Cyprus. They will start on Monday at a Eurogroup meeting and a senior eurozone

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Hollande warns Europe's fiscal hawks over EU budget

French President François Hollande fired a warning shot to the EU’s fiscal hawks on Tuesday. He told MEPs in Strasbourg that France would stand up

French President François Hollande fired a warning shot to the EU’s fiscal hawks on Tuesday. He told MEPs in Strasbourg that France would stand up

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Eurozone inflation eases, jobs picture still grim

Eurozone inflation fell more than expected in January. That implies businesses are cutting their prices to keep people spending amid the weak

Eurozone inflation fell more than expected in January. That implies businesses are cutting their prices to keep people spending amid the weak

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Spain to re-house nearly 6,000 evicted families

The Spanish government is to offer low-rent housing to vulnerable families who have had their own homes repossessed. Officials hope the homes will

The Spanish government is to offer low-rent housing to vulnerable families who have had their own homes repossessed. Officials hope the homes will

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EU dismisses rumours of 'two-tier eurozone'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and officials from France and the EU have denied planning to create a two-tier eurozone, separating the stronger

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and officials from France and the EU have denied planning to create a two-tier eurozone, separating the stronger

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Greek PM wins confidence vote but may step down

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou won a crucial confidence vote on Friday night, taking just over half of the votes. In his speech to

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou won a crucial confidence vote on Friday night, taking just over half of the votes. In his speech to