Monday, March 3, 2014
The Geneva Motor Show will kick off next week on an optimistic note as the long-suffering European car market appears to finally have swerved out of the slow lane.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Inflation in the eurozone is currently very low but there is no danger of deflation — a widespread fall in prices — European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said Thursday.
German retailers reported a surprisingly strong increase in business at the start of the year, official data showed on Friday.
Cyprus was to put an amended privatization bill before parliament Friday in a bid to meet a looming deadline from lenders to release the next tranche of a 10-billion-euro loan.
The unemployment rate across the 18-country eurozone remained at a near-record 12 percent in January and inflation was stable at a low level, according to official data released Friday.
Spain launched Friday the privatization of rescued lender Bankia with the sale of a 7.5-percent stake, two years after the bank dragged the Spanish financial sector to the brink of disaster.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Germany's unemployment rate was steady in February, as the labor market continues to hold up thanks to the improving economic outlook, official data showed on Thursday.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Greece was back in the black for the first time since 1948, the EU's economics commissioner Olli Rehn said on Tuesday as figures showed the economically-hobbled nation returning to growth.
Germany, Europe's biggest economy, clocked up a small surplus in its public finances in 2013, as growth picked up at the end of the year, official data showed on Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
The inflation rate for the 18-nation eurozone remained steady at a low 0.8 percent in January, according to revised figures released Monday.