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Eurozone factory growth slowed again in October in latest sign of weakness
Eurozone factory activity grew at its weakest pace in more than two years last month as export orders fell for the first time since late 2014, a survey showed.
ECB's Nouy: Eurozone needs large banking champions
The eurozone needs a few mega banks that can compete on the world stage, and banks need a deposit insurance scheme, Daniele Nouy, the head of the European Central Bank’s supervisory board, said on Wednesday.
Eurozone businesses hit the brakes in October
Eurozone business growth lost far more momentum than expected as it entered the final quarter of 2018, dragged down by waning orders that put a big dent in confidence, a survey showed.
ECB endgame has governments debating possible rate-hike damage
European finance ministers and central bankers will gather in Vienna this week to discuss a key test for the eurozone’s expanding economy — whether it can cope with interest-rate hikes.
Eurozone inflation slows,  potentially adding to US yield curve pressures
The euro slipped lower against the US dollar as a closely-watched measure of currency area inflation missed analysts' forecast in a reading that could have significant implications for US interest rates.
Greece emerges from eurozone bailout program
Greece has successfully completed a three-year eurozone bailout program designed to help it cope with the fallout from its debt crisis.
Eurozone limping as global trade war escalates
More evidence that eurozone growth has slowed this year is likely to be seen, when surveys are expected to show an escalating global trade war is hurting producers.
Eurozone grows faster than expected despite trade tensions
The eurozone economy has shrugged off growing trade tensions to grow faster than previously estimated in the three months to the end of June, as Germany and the Netherlands beat expectations.
At bargain prices, European banks  attract value-hungry investors
Europe's most shunned stock market sector, banking, is starting to tempt some investors as a string of solid earnings updates persuade them there are cut-price deals to be had.
Eurozone rescue fund pays final bailout loan to Greece
A rescue fund set up to help euro-using countries paid its final 15 billion-euro ($17.3 billion) bailout loan to Greece on Monday after objections by Germany delayed the payment by several weeks.
Eurozone house prices rise at fastest rate in 11 years
Eurozone house prices rose at the fastest pace in 11 years during the first three months of 2018, a development that is likely to reinforce the European Central Bank’s determination to end a key stimulus program in December.
Eurozone second-quarter growth likely decent but trade concerns rising
Eurozone economic growth likely put in a decent performance in the second quarter with private businesses growing faster than expected in June, but trade worries knocked manufacturing growth to the weakest in 18 months, a private survey showed.
Eurozone creditors reach ‘historic’ deal on Greek debt relief
Eurozone governments have brokered a long-awaited debt relief deal for Greece, pushing back repayment deadlines on almost €100 billion of bailout loans as the country prepares to exit its era of financial rescue programs.
France says Eurozone budget to be operational from 2021
French President Emmanuel Macron has said after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel that a special budget mechanism will become operational for the eurozone area as of 2021.
France, Germany close to agreement on eurozone reform
Paris and Berlin are very close to an agreement on eurozone reform after months of divisions, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire has said.

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