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By Mark O'Byrne | April 8, 2015
By Paul Taylor and Stephen Brown, Reuters | March 19, 2015
Greece needs to implement reforms, or its time in the euro is going to run out soon.
By Mark O'Byrne | March 12, 2015
The largest banks in Germany and Spain are failing the Fed's stress tests, which means leading banks might collapse in a financial crisis.
By Daniel Bases, Reuters | March 12, 2015
The euro extended gains against the dollar, thanks to some help from weak U.S. retail sales data.
By Robin Emmott, Reuters | March 10, 2015
By Marc Jones, Reuters | March 5, 2015
As stocks edged higher, the Euro hit an 11.5 year low against the dollar as the ECB prepared to lay out details of its QE stimulus plan.
By John O'Donnell and Balazs Koranyi, Reuters | March 5, 2015
The EU will launch into QE next week in the hopes of strengthening its own economy.
By Jonathan Cable, Reuters | March 4, 2015
After a sluggish period, global business activity picked up in February as central banks begin to drive up inflation.
By Ross Finley | March 4, 2015
The euro zone economy is sprouting more green shoots than anticipated just as the European Central Bank fires up a money printing program worth more than 1 trillion euros.
By Libby George, Reuters | March 3, 2015
Oil trade was volatile Monday, but the day ended relatively well: the commodity increased $1, despite fighting in Libya and a remaining supply glut.