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Finance minister role could 'damage the reputation of the euro zone,' think ...

02 May 2018 09:26CNBC
"This could ultimately end up doing further damage to the reputation of the euro zone." In 2017, French President Emmanuel Macron suggested that the euro zone could benefit from a new finance minister as part of his ideas to reform the continent ... more

Fed Day, Economists' Written Warning, Euro Area Growth: Eco Day

02 May 2018 05:52Bloomberg
Good morning, Americas. Here's news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your Wednesday started: It's Fed decision day, and officials have a tricky problem to navigate at their meeting: how to shape expectations for the pace of future rate increases ... more

Euro papers: Chelsea, Juventus and Barcelona target Arsenal right-back Hector ...

02 May 2018 05:41SkySports
We're now into the final month of domestic football across much of Europe but that hasn't stopped the transfer rumour mill from kicking into overdrive. more

EU Commission proposes 55 billion euros for euro zone in 2021-2027 budget

02 May 2018 05:05Reuters
Germany, the euro zone's biggest contributor to the EU budget, thinks the 19 countries that now share the euro shouldn't have a separate budget, or, if they do, it should be a very small one. more

Euro zone economy slows as expected in first quarter

02 May 2018 04:33Reuters
Economic sentiment data slipped in March but remained broadly unchanged in April, leading analysts to forecast that the euro zone economy will ease back to still-healthy growth levels of about 2 percent year-on-year in the coming quarters. But it was ... more

Euro-Area Factories Fret About Euro as Economic Growth Cools

02 May 2018 04:01Bloomberg
Euro-area economic growth slowed in the first quarter, posing a challenge for the European Central Bank as it contemplates paring back monetary stimulus measures. more

The Rise of Euro-Putinism

16 Mar 2018 20:07New York Times
There aren't many certainties in politics, but here's one: Vladimir Putin will be re-elected to a fourth presidential term in Sunday's sham ballot. more

Italy's Electoral Puzzle Raises Hard Questions on Euro Reform

12 Mar 2018 00:15Bloomberg
The European Commission warned Italy last week that it needs to reduce it's pile of bad debt, which is the second-highest in the euro area after Greece, standing at more than 130 percent of gross domestic product. Italy is one of two euro-area ... more
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