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Euro-Zone Economic Outlook Remains Weak

The European Central Bank might have to take more action to spur growth in the euro zone after data published Friday suggested that German consumers are beginning to feel the strain of the debt crisis and the ECB’s earlier injections

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Euro-Zone Economic Outlook Remains Weak

The European Central Bank might have to take more action to spur growth in the euro zone after data published Friday suggested that German consumers are beginning to feel the strain of the debt crisis and the ECB’s earlier injections

Angela Merkel Is Playing You For Fools – a different perspective

Oh come on, leave the girl alone already. First off, all those people talking about a solution for the eurozone need to finally understand there ain’t no such thing. And whatever slim chance of a solution the most optimistic –

Angela Merkel Is Playing You For Fools – a different perspective

Oh come on, leave the girl alone already. First off, all those people talking about a solution for the eurozone need to finally understand there ain’t no such thing. And whatever slim chance of a solution the most optimistic –

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Everything You Need To Know About The EU Summit Happening Today

AP Images All eyes are on the latest EU summit taking place in Brussels starting today, after weeks of speculation about the distance new measures could go towards repairing the fundamental flaws of the eurozone. Expectations that we’ll see major

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Everything You Need To Know About The EU Summit Happening Today

AP Images All eyes are on the latest EU summit taking place in Brussels starting today, after weeks of speculation about the distance new measures could go towards repairing the fundamental flaws of the eurozone. Expectations that we’ll see major

EU looks for bold steps, but what about voters?

By Luke Baker As Europe prepares a 20th attempt to tackle its debt crisis at a summit on Thursday, one point of discussion is getting little mention but worrying politicians perhaps more than anything else – how to keep voters

EU looks for bold steps, but what about voters?

By Luke Baker As Europe prepares a 20th attempt to tackle its debt crisis at a summit on Thursday, one point of discussion is getting little mention but worrying politicians perhaps more than anything else – how to keep voters

In Europe, Consumption Gap Widens

The euro-zone’s fiscal crisis has widened the gap between household consumption in those countries pursuing austerity programs and those that aren’t, according to figures from the European Union’s official statistics agency. Within the currency area, households in Greece, Ireland, Portugal

In Europe, Consumption Gap Widens

The euro-zone’s fiscal crisis has widened the gap between household consumption in those countries pursuing austerity programs and those that aren’t, according to figures from the European Union’s official statistics agency. Within the currency area, households in Greece, Ireland, Portugal

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Infrastructure Is Lacking Strong Foundations in Europe

Europe’s politicians dream of an infrastructure boom to kick-start growth. But governments can’t fund it, and Europe’s private investors are reluctant to step up to the plate. Pension funds are one source of cash: Infrastructure investments make up less than

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Infrastructure Is Lacking Strong Foundations in Europe

Europe’s politicians dream of an infrastructure boom to kick-start growth. But governments can’t fund it, and Europe’s private investors are reluctant to step up to the plate. Pension funds are one source of cash: Infrastructure investments make up less than

I want my country back

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I want my country back

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