Spain's service sector is booming.
Although global growth has recovered, it's...
Deflation worries have been put to bed, for now.
Spain is looking good.
France's latest business surveys give a mixed...
The Eurozone recovery isn't as strong as everyone thought
Italian GDP grew by 0.3% in the first quarter.
Europe's powerhouse has some pretty dreadful demographics.
The eurozone's latest purchasing managers'...
Some of Europe is now seeing a solid recovery, while parts are still struggling to get into gear.
The eurozone's deflation has been halted, at...
Time to start thinking the unthinkable.
Spanish GDP for the first quarter of 2015 was...
Private lending is back in growth territory in...
It's PMI day in Europe -- giving us the latest...
Europe may finally be growing again, but the...
Just a few months ago, there were whispers that Mario Draghi was done for.
Eurozone industrial production smashed...
It's a strange world.
Greece can't go much longer without a deal.
Apparently, Eurozone officials were "shocked" by the lack of progress Greece had made.
Retail sales came in bang on target for the...
How's the recovery going?
How's Europe's recovery going?
Deflation in the eurozone became less shallow...
Consumers are pretty happy.
Europe is powering ahead -- but what's wrong with France?
Europe's turnaround was sudden.
German growth is strengthening while France is stuck in stagnation.
Draghi confirmed that QE would go on until at least September 2016, but it hasn't weakened the euro.
Oil isn't the only dark liquid with a falling price these days.
Athens has until April 8, according to documents seen by the German media.
The country can't delay a placeholder deal with Europe for much longer.
A new poll suggests attitudes towards Greece are getting more and more negative.
German workers are finally getting a pay rise.
Eurozone industrial production dropped by 0.1%...
The euro is up 0.44% this morning, as of 09:07...
A weaker euro gives Europe's export-heavy economy a massive kick up the backside.
One of the reasons why the European Central...
Société Générale's bearish...
Europe's recovery story seems increasingly solid.
Europe still has to sign up to Greece's shopping list of reforms before the country gets bailed out again.
A Fed rate hike will give Europe's exporters something to cheer about.
Italy has cankles.
One in three bonds now yields less than 0.5%.
How's the eurozone recovery looking?
Europe's manufacturing PMI business surveys are...
The European Commission just released its...
Betrayed a woeful misunderstanding of the euro zone's rules.
On Thursday night, Greek finance minister Yanis...
He says he's not a fan, but his own writing says different.
Goodbye euro, hello drachma.
It's not a good thing for southern Europe.
It's really happening this time.
Divergence between the US economy and the...
Europe is facing deflation for all of 2015...
Spain, Italy and Germany beat expectations, but France is still lagging.
Greece won't be cooperating with its European financiers.
Europe's deflation deepened in January -- ...
Is it a recovery?
It's a BIG day.
Markets are expecting a modest QE programme, but could it be bigger?
Benoit Coeure just dropped a big hint on Europe's looming QE.
It still doesn't look pretty.
Not too bad.
It's not clear that Europe has the tools to dig itself out of this hole.
Does Europe have a fundamental flaw?
European prices are now falling.
There are three major reasons that Greece could be pushed out of the eurozone after its upcoming vote.
Air Liquide's CEO is not happy with France's taxes and regulation.
Europe's manufacturers are barely avoiding a recession.
After months playing the possibility down, the European Central Bank is finally admitting that deflation is on its doorstep.
European Central Bank officials are considering ways to ensure weak countries that stand to gain most from new money-printing bear more of the risk.
Anti-austerity and anti-establishment parties could overturn European politics in the year ahead.
There's only two outcomes for a lot of Europe if deflation sets in: Bad, and ugly.
Brace yourself for disappointment.
Oil prices are plunging, and the collapse will push Europe into deflation
The eurozone's second biggest economy is heading into uncharted territory.
This party could change the face of Europe in just a couple of months.
As oil prices fall, country after country could see price growth turn negative.
Bureaucrats at the European Central Bank are about to lock horns over QE.
All eyes are on Mario Draghi.
All eyes are on Mario Draghi this afternoon.
Blame them for the continent's horrible growth.
Here's a list of what analysts are predicting.
Eurozone services PMIs just rolled out for...
Sad, happy, and so many more.
With oil prices dropping, markets are now pricing in deflation for the beginning of 2015.
The European economy is suffering.
« Previous Page
— Next Page »