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Italy's populist coalition government poses new threat to eurozone
Two Italian, populist, eurosceptic parties reached an agreement to form a government of the eurozone’s third largest economy, setting up the single currency bloc for a possible new crisis.
Eurozone economic slowdown might not be a blip, ECB chief economist fears
Europe’s economic slowdown has come more quickly than expected and may turn out to be a long-term problem, the chief economist of the European Central Bank warned.
Eurozone investors race up chart of US debt owners
Eurozone investors have been the biggest overseas net buyers of US debt securities in the past half-decade, a trend that could reverse as the European Central Bank continues to tighten monetary policy, according to new research.
Faltering eurozone economy to suffer from US-China trade dispute
Eurozone economic growth, already moderating in part from a stronger currency, will take a further hit from the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China, according to a majority of economists polled by Reuters.
Eurozone banks may get reprieve  until 2021 from ECB bad-debt rules
Eurozone banks may get a reprieve until 2021 to fully implement European Central Bank guidelines on treating new soured loans, an ECB document showed, a retreat from an earlier proposal for a more aggressive treatment of bad debt.
Eurozone growth in 2017 finally put at 2.3%
The economy of the 19-member eurozone grew at 2.3 percent year on year in 2017, slightly lower than the previous estimate of 2.5 percent, official data revealed.
Slowdown in eurozone inflation to 1.3%  confirmed in final reading
Inflation in the eurozone pulled further from the European Central Bank’s target in January, according to a final reading from the bloc’s statistics agency.
Euro area consumer confidence  slips for first time since July
Eurozone consumers’ confidence is wavering. While the European Commission’s confidence indicator is still close to its highest level in seventeen years, a flash estimate pointed to a sharper fall this month than any analyst polled by Thomson Reuters predicted.
France warns of ‘red line’ over German-backed eurozone reform
France’s finance minister has hit out at German-backed plans to impose debt writedowns on investors in bailed out countries, warning that the issue was a ‘red line’ for Paris in talks on eurozone reform.
Eurozone manufacturing boom ‘in full swing’
Eurozone manufacturing businesses are going from strength to strength, the latest batch of surveys of industry executives indicated.
Eurozone economy growth hits highest in decade
Growth in the eurozone shot up in 2017, putting Europe at the center of a global recovery and on par with levels of expansion not seen since before the financial crisis, according to figures released on Tuesday.
Eurozone logs vigorous growth in November industrial production
Eurozone industrial production grew at a rapid clip in November in the latest reminder of the currency area’s economic acceleration.
Eurozone economic confidence hits highest level since 2000
Economic confidence across the eurozone has hit its strongest level in more than 17 years, according to official figures that suggest both consumers and businesses are benefiting from the region’s healthy recent performance.
Eurozone inflation down to 1.4% in December
Inflation in the eurozone slipped further away from the European Central Bank’s target in December, highlighting the challenge facing the bank as it looks to maintain price rises while winding down its quantitative easing program this year.
Eurozone manufacturing PMI  hits record high in December
Activity in the eurozone manufacturing sector improved in December, as expected, ending 2017 with record-high growth.

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