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Euro Zone Ministers Pledge Lasting Fiscal Support for Economy
BERLIN—Euro zone finance ministers pledged continued fiscal support on Friday to get their economies running again after the COVID-19 crisis, chairman of the Eurogroup Paschal Donohoe said after they met ...
September 11, 2020
Greece and Germany Draw Political Battle Lines
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February 12, 2015
Deflation Looms as Europe’s Economic Bugbear
It's the D-word that's pushing the European Central Bank into a corner.
December 2, 2014
European Politicians Weigh EU-Russia Sanctions
BRUSSELS—Counter-sanctions introduced by Russia in response to European sanctions are hurting some European countries, such as Latvia and ...
September 25, 2014
European Car Sales Slide in September
European car sales crashed in September as data from an industry association shows. German new car registrations fell ...
October 3, 2012
Deutsche Bank Announces Strategy 2015+
Deutsche Bank AG’s new corporate Strategy 2015+ includes a reduction in profitability targets, ambitious cost-cutting and restructuring plans.
September 11, 2012
Greek Exit Scenarios Gaining Traction
European stock markets pulled back last week as the EURO STOXX benchmark index lost 1.5 percent but the ...
August 27, 2012
European Market Insight: ECB President Draghi Prompts Rollercoaster Ride
It has previously been noted that markets respond especially well to central banks as politicians have mostly lost ...
July 29, 2012
European Market Insight: Game of Chicken Leads to Spanish Bailout in the End
Last week was volatile, frantic, and nerve-racking for traders and investors alike. So called “tape-bombs”—a term used by ...
June 11, 2012
G-7 Finance Ministers Meet as Euro Crisis Deepens
The finance ministers of the Group of Seven (G-7) nations met the morning of June 5 to discuss ...
June 6, 2012
EU Markets Tumble on Absence of Strong Policy Response
Last week, European financial markets tumbled on concerns over Spanish banks and the ongoing European sovereign debt crisis.
June 4, 2012
Outlook for Europe Negative
Investment gurus and economic advisors are becoming more negative when the topics of the European Union (EU) and ...
May 30, 2012
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European Market Insight: European Markets Post Small Gains Amid French Election Jitters
Last week saw markets recover a bit after the previous week’s rout, but the situation remains precarious and ...
April 23, 2012
EUROPEAN MARKET INSIGHT: Greek Decision on Private Sector Involvement Triggers CDS
The European economy remains squarely in the doldrums.
March 11, 2012
European Market Insight: Euro Currency and Shares Looking Up
Economic data in Europe was mixed at best, but markets were lifted on positive economic data.
February 6, 2012
European Market Insight: Bad Economic Data, Auctions, and Tensions Lead Euro Lower
Last week, European markets saw a slew of economic data releases as well as bond auctions and several ...
January 8, 2012
European Market Insight: Last Trading Week a Reflection of Volatile 2011
Trading was volatile for most of last week in light volume. There was no economic data release worth ...
January 1, 2012
European Market Insight: All Eyes on Central Bank Financing Operations
Economic data did not rock European financial markets last week as the focus was on the first round ...
December 26, 2011
European Market Insight: Global Central Bank Intervention Sends Markets Soaring
Last week's positive trend was essentially carried by the announcement of the six most important central banks of ...
December 4, 2011
European Market Insight: Lackluster Bond Auctions and Rating Downgrades Drag for Markets
Markets took little notice of the new leaders in Spain, Greece and Italy and focused instead on the ...
November 27, 2011
China’s War Machine Is Betting the Future on Drones
G7 Leaders Struggle to Cope With Consequences of Green Energy Agenda
Fed Just Getting Started With Rate Hikes, Mester Says, Acknowledges Recession Risk
Laos Limits Foreign Exchange Sales Amid Looming Default Risk
Two Trump Targets Fall, Two Survive June 28 Primary Challenges
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Brazil’s Architecture Merges Traditional European and Indigenous Styles
Texas Attorney General Launches Investigation Into Walmart’s Prescription Opioid Sales
Germany Says Situation With Natural Gas Is ‘Tense’ and Could Deteriorate, After Sounding Gas Crisis Alarm
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