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Germany narrowly avoids recession with suprise GDP figures
German economy grows by shock 0.1%
The Brief: Europe's engine stalling as Germany's economy shrinks
Uncertainty over Brexit and the trade war between the US and China slowed down the export-oriented German economy.
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Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Haitian capital on Sunday, clashing with police in the fourth day of demonstrations over economic mismanagement and corruption.
Italy plunges back into recession: statistics agency
Italy plunges back into recession, said the national statistics agency.
Greek bailout: The economy before and after
As it successfully exits its eight-year-long bailout program, Euronews takes a look at how the Greek economy is faring now compared to 2010, when it first received money from creditors.
Greek economy back in recession
Greece's economy slipped back into recession in the first three months of 2017 amid delays in approving its latest bailout loan.
Brazil suffering worst ever recession
Brazil's worst-ever recession has unexpectedly deepened; GDP dropped by 3.6 percent in 2016; almost as bad as 2015's 3.8 percent slump.
Have economists' Brexit forecasts been too negative?
Several economists have admitted they were mistaken to predict the UK economy would immediately suffer after the vote to leave the EU.
Russia sells share in country's largest oil company
Russia has sold a share of oil giant Rosneft for 10.
Vatican attempts to rekindle faltering Venezuela talks
Talks between the Venezuelan government and a coalition of opposition parties have reached a stalemate which facilitators from the Vatican are hoping to break.
Strong UK business data creates interest rate dilemma for Bank of England
The UK's services sector was strong in September adding to doubts about the need for another interest rate cut to cushion the Brexit vote impact.
Security tight ahead of Rio 2016 opening ceremony
Security measures at the Rio 2016 Olympic games are in place ahead of Friday evening’s opening ceremony.
Brazil's Petrobras gets new boss with same old problems
Pedro Parente, the new boss of Brazil's scandal-ridden state-controlled energy firm Petrobras, has been talking about the challenges ahead.
Japan avoids recession with surprise Q1 growth of 1.7 percent
Japan's economy unexpectedly picked up in the first three months of 2016 with annualised growth of 1.7 percent but that was partly due to a boost to consumption as this is a leap year.
UK central bank warns 'Brexit could trigger recession'
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has stepped up his warnings about the economic risks if Britain votes to leave the European Union, with even the possibility of a technical recession.
Gloomy outlook for Greek economy as recession bites deeper
The Greek economy looks set to shrink by 1.0 percent this year putting a further squeeze on ordinary Greeks and businesses after a 0.3 percent contraction in 2015.
Russian recession set to deepen says central bank
Russia's economy is set to dip deeper into recession according to the latest central bank forecasts as the Kremlin looks at selling stakes in state owned companies.
Brazil's recession deepens as economy shrinks more
Brazil’s worst recession in 25 years has deepened. The economy shrank 1.7 percent in the third quarter – half a percent more than analysts had
'Abenomics' under scrutiny - Japan slumps back into recession
The Japanese economy shrank by 0.2 percent between July-September, Japanese government data showed last Monday. Several reports have suggested
Greek bank shutdown in July prompts retail sales slump
Greek retail sales by volume fell 7.3 percent in July compared to the same month last year. The data published by the official statistics agency