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Europeans show record support for the #Euro

Europeans show record support for the #Euro

| December 2, 2019

More than three in four citizens think that the single currency is good for the European Union, according to the latest Eurobarometer results. This is the highest support since surveys began in 2002. According to the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey on the eurozone, 76% of respondents think the single currency is good for […]

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#Euro falls to a 16-month low on gloomy outlook; #Pound sinks

#Euro falls to a 16-month low on gloomy outlook; #Pound sinks

| September 3, 2019

The euro plunged to a 16-month low on Monday (2 September) as the impact of Washington and Beijing’s trade war on the European economy dominated investor sentiment while the pound tanked on speculation that Britain may be headed for a general election, writes Saikat Chatterjee. Germany’s export-dependent manufacturing sector remained in contraction in August as […]

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#Eurostat – GDP up by 0.2% in both #Eurozone and EU-28

#Eurostat – GDP up by 0.2% in both #Eurozone and EU-28

| August 1, 2019

Seasonally adjusted GDP rose by 0.2% in both the eurozone (EA-19) and the EU-28 during the second quarter of 2019, compared with the previous quarter, according to a preliminary flash estimate published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. In the first quarter of 2019, GDP had grown by 0.4% in the eurozone […]

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Majority of people in non-eurozone member states say #Euro is good for economy

Majority of people in non-eurozone member states say #Euro is good for economy

| June 11, 2019

A majority of respondents in the EU member states that have yet to adopt the euro thinks that the common currency has had a positive impact on those countries that already use it, the latest Flash Eurobarometer shows. In total, 56% of respondents across the seven member states (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and […]

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#Eurozone budget likely to play stabilizing role – #Moscovici

#Eurozone budget likely to play stabilizing role – #Moscovici

| April 16, 2019

A future eurozone budget will soon have to take on the task of cushioning economic shocks despite current resistance from countries in northern Europe, a top European Union official said on Saturday (13 April), writes Jan Strupczewski. Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici (pictured) said the setting up of the limited “budgetary instrument for convergence […]

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#Eurozone banks jump, Italian yields fall on report #ECB discussing new cheap bank loans

#Eurozone banks jump, Italian yields fall on report #ECB discussing new cheap bank loans

| March 8, 2019

Eurozone bank shares jumped and Italian government bond yields fell on Wednesday after Bloomberg reported the European Central Bank is holding discussions on the design of new ultra-cheap bank loans, write Helen Reid and Virginia Furness. The ECB met on Thursday (7 March) amid speculation that it is getting ready for a fresh round of […]

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January 2019 compared with December 2018 – Industrial producer prices up by 0.4% in #Eurozone – Up by 0.3% in EU-28

January 2019 compared with December 2018 – Industrial producer prices up by 0.4% in #Eurozone – Up by 0.3% in EU-28

| March 5, 2019

In January 2019, compared with December 2018, industrial producer prices rose by 0.4% in the eurozone (EA-19) and by 0.3% in the EU-28, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. In December 2018, prices decreased by 0.8% in the eurozone and by 0.9% in the EU-28. Full text available on […]

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