Thursday, October 2, 2014
Crisis-hit France admitted it would suffer from slow growth and high budget deficits for the next three years at least, as it unveiled a gloomy annual budget on Wednesday.
Spain's public debt ratio will top the symbolic level of 100 percent of national output next year before it starts dropping in 2017, the government's 2015 budget proposal showed Tuesday.
Britain's economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter to become 2.7 percent larger than its peak before the 2008 financial crisis, revised official data showed Tuesday.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Inflation across the 18 euro countries dipped further toward zero in September, piling pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) to pull the trigger on its biggest stimulus weapon — a large-scale program to create new money.
Monday, September 29, 2014
The European Central Bank will this week unveil details of its plans to inject cash into the moribund eurozone economy, even as analysts express doubt about the effectiveness of the measures.
Ireland is mounting a spirited fightback from economic collapse but as recovery takes hold, a housing shortage has sparked talk of another dangerous property bubble.
Germany, which has long seen itself as the star pupil among debt-mired European economies, is heading for a steep decline driven by serious delusions about its own model, prominent experts are warning.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Greece has not yet made any request for an early exit to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) bailout program, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said Thursday.
Spain raised its growth forecast on Friday for this year and next and said unemployment would ease by two percentage points in 2015 as the economic recovery gathers pace.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak warned Friday that Europe is contractually not allowed to re-export gas to Ukraine and could see its supplies cut if it did so.