Eurozone Articles


Italy's Latest Bank Bailout Has Created A Two-Speed Eurozone
In the Eurozone, the Single Resolution Board (SRB) ultimately decides what should be done with insolvent banks. If they threaten the stability of the European banking system, then the SRB takes responsibility for resolving them in accordance with the ...
Euro zone bond yields drop as EU approves Italian banking rescueNasdaq
European banks deemed safest since height of eurozone debt crisisFinancial Times
Europe's Banking Union Is Dying in ItalyBloomberg
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06/26/2017 09:27 PM

Gauge of long-term euro zone inflation expectations highest in ...
A closely-tracked gauge of themarket's long-term inflation expectations in the euro zone roseto its highest level in almost two weeks on Monday, reflecting ...

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06/26/2017 01:14 PM

Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Deal on Italian Banks Raises Questions About Eurozone Rules - WSJ
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
The decision over the weekend to spare two failed Italian lenders from the full force of new rule rules raises questions about the effectiveness of the banking ...

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06/25/2017 05:25 PM

Eurozone business activity strongest in six years
Eurozone businesses enjoyed their strongest quarter of activity since 2011 in the three months to June, in a further sign that economic growth has picked up pace. A survey by IHS Markit showed private sector activity in the bloc's manufacturing and ...
Eurozone economic activity enjoys best quarter in six years – IHS MarkitFinancial Times
Euro Zone Stays on Growth Road, Hitting Occasional BumpNew York Times
Euro zone businesses end second quarter with slower growth: PMIReuters
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06/23/2017 12:43 PM

Financial Times

'A euphoric mood' – economists react to eurozone PMI
Financial Times
Economic activity in the eurozone pulled back from a six-year high this month, but the bloc's brightening economic recovery is showing little signs of running out ...

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06/23/2017 10:46 AM

The Guardian

Markets drop despite French GDP upgrade and strong Eurozone data -- as it happened
The Guardian
The cost of living in the eurozone and the US is softening already, and when you factor the recent losses in the oil market its points to a continuation of weaker inflation. Traders are anxious it could turn into weaker growth rates, and the high hopes ...

06/23/2017 09:46 AM