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By Mark O'Byrne | February 27, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | February 26, 2015
Vulnerabilities in the European recovery narrative are starting to weigh even more heavily on the economies of individual countries, a report today is likely to indicate.
By Lionel Laurent, Reuters | February 26, 2015
While global equites were setting record high, bond yields sank to new lows.
By Lefteris Papadimas and Stephen Brown, Reuters | February 25, 2015
By Lananh Nguyen, Anchalee Worrachate, Bloomberg | February 20, 2015
The euro isn't doing so well, thanks to continued Greek uncertainty.
By Eleni Chrepa, Karl Stagno Navarra, Paul Tugwell, Bloomberg | February 19, 2015
Greece handed Germany an offer to extend their aid program--and Germany rejected it.
By Roxana Zega and Alan Soughley, Bloomberg | February 19, 2015
Continuing German-Greek drama caused a drop in stock index futures in the U.S.
By Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg | February 17, 2015
Mark Gilbert explains why the standoff between Greece and its creditors have left us at "one minute to midnight" for the euro.
By Nick Gentle and Cecile Vannucci, Bloomberg | February 13, 2015
European stocks went up as tensions fell down and the economy began to bounce back.
By Nick Gentle, Bloomberg, Paul Dobson, Bloomberg | February 12, 2015
A ceasefire agreement for Ukraine raised optimism, which was reflected accordingly in market trends Thursday.