The Tragedy Of The Euro

  After two decades, the euro’s minders look set to drive the Eurozone into deep trouble. December was the last month of the ECB’s monthly purchases of government debt. ... Read More

Is Italy now more close to exit the euro?

Italy’s central bank warned on May 31 that leaving the eurozone would not solve the country’s economic problems, as two major parties campaign to drop the common currency before ... Read More
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Euro to US Dollar: Forecast for next five days

Euro to US Dollar looks like it is cycling lower after the sharp drop from the 1.1000 highs. We still see a risk of a breakdown to fill the ... Read More

EU raises eurozone growth forecasts

Economic growth in the eurozone this year should be a bit better than previously forecast according to the latest outlook unveiled by EU Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre ... Read More
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European markets get a lift from perceived Macron debate win

European stocks got a lift Thursday after centrist French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron was perceived to have gotten the better of the far-right’s Marine Le Pen in a debate ... Read More
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Athens agrees more austerity measures to secure bailout

The Greek government has agreed to impose more taxes and pension cuts on its citizens in order to pave the way for long-awaited debt relief talks with international creditors. ... Read More

China unseats eurozone as world’s largest banking system

New analysis by the Financial Times shows China’s banking system has overtaken the eurozone to become the world’s biggest by assets. The status reflects the country’s increasing global influence ... Read More

STOXX Expands Fixed Income Offering

STOXX Ltd., the operator of Deutsche Boerse Group’s index business, and a global provider of innovative and tradable index concepts, today introduced the EURO STOXX 50 Corporate Bond Sector, ... Read More

Eurozone economic activity increased at its fastest rate since the debt crisis in 2011

Economic activity in Eurozone industry in December expanded at the fastest pace since the currency union’s debt crisis started to hit, according to a closely watched indicator. The Eurozone ... Read More

Investor optimism, global economic reality may clash in 2017

The economic outlook for this year looks similar to 2016 – uneven and unspectacular, according to economists worldwide polled by Reuters in December. The result is despite investor optimism ... Read More
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