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Eurozone inflation rises in September

Eurozone inflation got a caffeine and nicotine fuelled boost in September as people paid more in restaurants and cafes. Cigarette prices also rose.

Eurozone inflation got a caffeine and nicotine fuelled boost in September as people paid more in restaurants and cafes. Cigarette prices also rose.

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Eurozone is doomed without radical reform says economist Stiglitz

As the eurozone struggles with weak growth and the threat of deflation, left-leaning economist and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz told Euronews the currency bloc is doomed without radical changes.

As the eurozone struggles with weak growth and the threat of deflation, left-leaning economist and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz told Euronews the currency bloc is doomed without radical changes.

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Eurozone GDP back to pre-2008 crisis level, unemployment falls, inflation down

The eurozone economy grew 0.6 percent, its fastest pace in five years in Q1 2016, unemployment dipped to 10.2 percent in March, but consumer prices were down 0.2 percent in April.

The eurozone economy grew 0.6 percent, its fastest pace in five years in Q1 2016, unemployment dipped to 10.2 percent in March, but consumer prices were down 0.2 percent in April.

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Eurozone inflation low, unemployment high

Eurozone inflation remained steady in July, a result of falling energy prices offsetting the impact of a rise in the price of industrial goods

Eurozone inflation remained steady in July, a result of falling energy prices offsetting the impact of a rise in the price of industrial goods

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Key dates in Greece's funding talks with the euro zone

Greece and its euro zone partners formally launched talks on July 17 designed to lead to a third bailout programme for Athens that could total 86

Greece and its euro zone partners formally launched talks on July 17 designed to lead to a third bailout programme for Athens that could total 86

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Europe Weekly: key deals for Greece and Iran

In this edition of Europe Weekly we look back at the two deals that have dominated the news over the last seven days. Greece’s parliament approved a

In this edition of Europe Weekly we look back at the two deals that have dominated the news over the last seven days. Greece’s parliament approved a

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Greece deal spells more pain for debt-crippled economy

The deal reached by Athens and its international creditors in the early hours of Monday (13 June) saw Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras concede to

The deal reached by Athens and its international creditors in the early hours of Monday (13 June) saw Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras concede to

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Who owns Greek debt?

As international creditors mull over Greece’s latest proposals to resolve the debt crisis. Here we have a look at how much Athens owes and to whom

As international creditors mull over Greece’s latest proposals to resolve the debt crisis. Here we have a look at how much Athens owes and to whom

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Europe Weekly: Greece seeks third bailout

In this edition of Europe Weekly, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asks international creditors for a third bailout – despite 61 percent of those

In this edition of Europe Weekly, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asks international creditors for a third bailout – despite 61 percent of those

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"Ball is in Athens' court" says Germany following Greek vote

As supporters of the “No” vote gathered in central Athens in celebration, reaction came in from Greece’s eurozone partners, in particular Germany

As supporters of the “No” vote gathered in central Athens in celebration, reaction came in from Greece’s eurozone partners, in particular Germany

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Greece votes 'No' in overwhelming rejection of bailout proposals

Greece seems to have decisively rejected the bailout terms put forward by its international creditors. The Greek people have voted an overwhelming

Greece seems to have decisively rejected the bailout terms put forward by its international creditors. The Greek people have voted an overwhelming

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EU's Oettinger gives Athens five days to avoid a 'Grexit'

A Greek exit from the euro zone will be inevitable if Athens and its lenders do not come up with a solution within the next five days, Germany’s

A Greek exit from the euro zone will be inevitable if Athens and its lenders do not come up with a solution within the next five days, Germany’s

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Greek deal to be reached "this week"

After five months of deadlock, a solution to the Greek debt crisis will be presented to European leaders this week, European Council President Donald

After five months of deadlock, a solution to the Greek debt crisis will be presented to European leaders this week, European Council President Donald

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Greek solution "by the end of the week"

After months of deadlock, a solution to the Greek debt crisis is near, says Guntram Wolff of the Brussels based think-tank, Bruegel. He joined

After months of deadlock, a solution to the Greek debt crisis is near, says Guntram Wolff of the Brussels based think-tank, Bruegel. He joined

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Inflation returns to eurozone with high food and tobacco costs

Inflation returned to the euro zone economy in May, according to the EU’s stats office. Eurostat figures confirmed that more expensive food

Inflation returned to the euro zone economy in May, according to the EU’s stats office. Eurostat figures confirmed that more expensive food

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Appeals for flexibility on Greek reforms but war of words with Europe continues

There is both hope that progress can be made, and tension spilling over into angry exchanges, ahead of planned negotiations on Wednesday between the Syriza government and EU creditors.

There is both hope that progress can be made, and tension spilling over into angry exchanges, ahead of planned negotiations on Wednesday between the Syriza government and EU creditors.

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Europe Weekly: a tense week for Greece

Coming up in Europe Weekly: deal or no deal as Greece runs dangerously close of running out of money. What next for Ukraine in the aftermath of

Coming up in Europe Weekly: deal or no deal as Greece runs dangerously close of running out of money. What next for Ukraine in the aftermath of

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Tsipras gets support from Italy on the road to Brussels

Greece’s new prime minister is on a tour and today he arrives in Brussels, bringing his ideas on Greece’s economic plight to the heart of the EU, but

Greece’s new prime minister is on a tour and today he arrives in Brussels, bringing his ideas on Greece’s economic plight to the heart of the EU, but

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Greek debt: who will pay if Greece fails?

Financial doomsday for Greece, economic meltdown for Europe? It seems you can’t click a mouse these days without headlines screaming debt at you

Financial doomsday for Greece, economic meltdown for Europe? It seems you can’t click a mouse these days without headlines screaming debt at you

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Fear stalks the financial markets, with Greece at ground zero

Greece is back on the front line of what some fear could be a re-run of the eurozone crisis. Shares in Athens slumped again on Thursday, though

Greece is back on the front line of what some fear could be a re-run of the eurozone crisis. Shares in Athens slumped again on Thursday, though

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Loans and iPhones not performing as they should

For literally years we’ve been talking about the economic crisis and its consequences. Almost everywhere governments have been forced to respond

For literally years we’ve been talking about the economic crisis and its consequences. Almost everywhere governments have been forced to respond

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PMI report suggests eurozone slowdown

Latest figures suggest the pace of the eurozone’s recovery is slowing despite some positive news from the bloc’s peripheral economies.

Latest figures suggest the pace of the eurozone’s recovery is slowing despite some positive news from the bloc’s peripheral economies.

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MEPs fret over Ukraine crisis

MEPs have warned that the entire post-war international order is at stake in the current Ukraine crisis and urged tougher action. For Elmar Brok, a

MEPs have warned that the entire post-war international order is at stake in the current Ukraine crisis and urged tougher action. For Elmar Brok, a