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Business & Management Fears regarding Europe’s future are gaining traction, with the manager of global hedge fund Frank Templeton warning “things are not normal in Europe”

Frank Templeton hedges against populism

Fears regarding Europe’s future are gaining traction, with the manager of global hedge fund Frank Templeton warning “things are not normal in Europe”

By: Kim Darrah
Business & Management Lisbon summit sees European leaders calling for greater economic and monetary integration amid populist threats and uncertainty, stating that “weakening Europe is not an option”

European leaders call for increased fiscal integration

Lisbon summit sees European leaders calling for greater economic and monetary integration amid populist threats and uncertainty, stating that “weakening Europe is not an option”

By: Kim Darrah
Finance As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

Eurozone momentum ends 2016 on a five-year high, though danger still lurks

As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

By: Kim Darrah
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Finance ECB President, Mario Draghi, stressed that the eurozone’s quantitative easing programme “remains flexible”, announcing asset purchases will decrease as they are extended over a longer time frame

ECB opts for longer but leaner quantitative easing

ECB President, Mario Draghi, stressed that the eurozone’s quantitative easing programme “remains flexible”, announcing asset purchases will decrease as they are extended over a longer time frame

By: Kim Darrah
Finance The French manufacturing industry's unexpected return to growth is great news for François Hollande and the eurozone

French manufacturing unexpectedly grows; a positive step for recovery

The French manufacturing industry’s unexpected return to growth is great news for François Hollande and the eurozone

Finance Fears that the debt crisis is afflicting core European countries as business confidence slumps

Eurozone confidence nears 3 –year low

Fears that the debt crisis is afflicting core European countries as business confidence slumps

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Finance Despite a call for unity from the eurozone’s unofficial leaders Merkel and Sarkozy, British Prime Minister David Cameron has vetoed their EU treaty, dividing opinion and possibly taking power away from London

London vs the eurozone

Despite a call for unity from the eurozone’s unofficial leaders Merkel and Sarkozy, British Prime Minister David Cameron has vetoed their EU treaty, dividing opinion and possibly taking power away from London

Finance The ongoing financial downturn is harming individuals and businesses across the globe… but there are some for whom the recession has prompted a steady period of growth

How I learned to stop worrying and love the eurozone crisis

The ongoing financial downturn is harming individuals and businesses across the globe… but there are some for whom the recession has prompted a steady period of growth

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Finance As one of the oldest continents falls into depression, you might think the World Bank would be banging on its door to offer some support. Despite much finger-wagging and fatherly advice, Robert Zoellick and his men are nowhere to be seen

Zoellick’s view on the eurozone crisis

As one of the oldest continents falls into depression, you might think the World Bank would be banging on its door to offer some support. Despite much finger-wagging and fatherly advice, Robert Zoellick and his men are nowhere to be seen

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Business & Management Mervyn King and his colleagues on the Monetary Policy Committee have decided it's time for one last glorious but futile gesture to raise the whole tone of the war

BoE decides it’s time for a futile gesture

Mervyn King and his colleagues on the Monetary Policy Committee have decided it’s time for one last glorious but futile gesture to raise the whole tone of the war

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