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Eurozone February business growth better than expected: PMIs
Business activity in the eurozone accelerated more than expected this month, a business survey showed on Friday, in welcome news for policymakers at the European Central Bank who are battling to revive growth and chronically low inflation.
Eurozone ministers discuss fiscal boost options as virus worries weigh
Eurozone finance ministers discussed ways to pursue a more growth-friendly fiscal policy mix, in a potential nudge to Germany and the Netherlands to spend more as fears of a downturn grow in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
Eurozone economy set to slow further in 2020
The eurozone economy will slow down in 2020 for the third consecutive year, according to a Financial Times poll of economists, who forecast it will be held back by political instability, trade tensions and disruption in the auto industry.
Eurozone likely dodged recession but growth to stay tepid
The eurozone economy has avoided a recession, according to a Reuters poll of economists who were reasonably confident of that outcome, but their growth and inflation outlook remains very modest for the coming years.
Low Eurozone growth biggest threat to global economy
The Eurozone, the world’s largest macro-economy, continues to pose the biggest threat to global economic stability as the bloc teeters on the edge of recession for the third time in a decade.
Eurozone economic sentiment declines as expected in July
Euro zone economic sentiment continued to worsen as expected in July on less optimistic industry, services, retail trade and construction and inflation expectations among companies as consumers decreased as well, data showed on Tuesday.
Eurozone factory jobs might be only thing stopping a recession
The eurozone’s continued demand for factory jobs is a mystery that may be the only thing staving off a recession right now.
Eurozone sees economic outlook worsening amid uncertain US trade policy
The European Commission lowered its forecast on Wednesday for the eurozone economy next year, saying that uncertainty over US trade policy posed a major risk to the bloc.
Eurozone business growth picked up in June, still weak
Eurozone business activity picked up a touch this month but firms were at their least optimistic in nearly five years as they worried about slowing global growth and the impact of trade wars, a survey showed.
ECB hopefuls offer policy remedies for bloc’s stuttering economy
The eurozone’s economic downturn is proving a boon for policymakers who are jostling to succeed Mario Draghi at the bloc’s central bank — offering them an opportunity to tout favored policy proposals and burnish their credentials for the job.
Moscovici: Eurozone budget likely to play stabilizing role
A future eurozone budget will soon have to take on the task of cushioning economic shocks despite current resistance from countries in northern Europe, a top European Union official said on Saturday.
IMF: Greece among best performers in eurozone
Greece has entered a period of economic growth that puts it "among the best performers in the eurozone".
Eurozone sentiment dips to new two-year low in February
Eurozone economic sentiment dipped for an eighth consecutive month to a new two-year low in February as managers in industry became more downbeat about inventories, order books and production expectations.
Eurozone industrial production falls more than expected in December
Eurozone industrial production fell more than expected in December, official estimates showed on Wednesday, pulled down by a drop in the output of capital goods, used for investment.
ECB to hunker down as eurozone outlook worsens
Analysts expect the European Central Bank (ECB) to acknowledge growing risks to the eurozone economy on Thursday while sticking to its patient course, kicking off a year that could see the Frankfurt institution mostly marking time.

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