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Euro-Zone Inflation, Jobless Rates Fall
LONDON�The annual rate of inflation in the euro zone fell further below the European Central Bank's target in July, and to its lowest level since October 2009.
Euro Flows Reveal Shift in Sentiment as Losses Mount  Bloomberg
Falling prices on radar as euro inflation drops again  Reuters
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Uneasy Summertime in the Euro Zone
It may be summer, but the economic weather in the euro zone is decidedly mixed. Take the latest inflation number. Headline inflation fell to 0.4% in July, a new low in this cycle, and far adrift of the European Central Bank's target of just below 2 ...
Espirito Santo Plunges After Posting 3.6 Billion-Euro Loss
Banco Espirito Santo SA's stock plunged by the most on record and the bonds slumped after it was ordered to raise capital following a 3.6 billion-euro ($4.8 billion) first-half net loss. The Bank of Portugal required the lender to raise the money after ...
Banco Espirito Santo capital falls below minimum requirement on 4.25B euro loss  ForexLive (blog)
Portugal's BES posts 3.5 billion euro loss  euronews
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Euro Drops on Interest-Rate Outlook
The euro fell against rivals on Friday as weaker-than-expected German data highlighted the diverging interest-rate prospects for the euro zone and other regions. The euro slid 0.3% against the greenback, to $1.3428, down 0.7% for the week and reaching ...
US dollar hits 8-month high against euro on weak German Ifo  Reuters
Global stocks and euro hit by German data, U.S. results  GlobalPost
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Euro-Zone Business Confidence Holds Up
Euro-zone businesses were mostly undaunted by growing tensions between the European Union and Russia over Ukraine's future following the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, while banks eased the standards they apply on loans to companies for the ...
Euro Inflation Slowed to 0.4% in July, Lowest Since 2009
The ECB's announcement last month of a negative deposit rate and a program to improve bank lending is its most significant since since President Mario Draghi announced two years ago he'd do �whatever it takes� to save the euro. The ECB warned the ...
A Weaker Euro Points to Improved Earnings
The euro zone's sputtering economy seems to be gearing up again, and should get a boost from a pickup in corporate earnings in the second half of 2014.
Euro Zone Relies Too Much on ECB
Walking a high-wire without a safety net is dangerous. But having a safety net doesn't make it any less difficult. It is now two years since Mario Draghi gave the euro zone its safety net by pledging to do "whatever it takes" to save the single currency.
Euro Zone M3 Money Supply 1.5% vs. 1.1% forecast
ECB report: Euro zone private-sector lending up 1.7 percent in June  Gant Daily
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Lowest euro zone inflation in 5 years leaves euro weak
The weak euro zone figures will keep pressure on the ECB to loosen monetary policy further, though some analysts said the central bank would wait to see the effects of its latest round of measures, including a negative deposit rate and cheap long-term ...
Euro Zone Struggles To Stave Off Deflation
With each passing month, the euro zone edges closer to deflation. But at the same time, there are signs the single currency region's economies are starting to revive.