Eurozone countries

Eurozone growth slows to 20-month low: survey

Eurozone growth slows to 20-month low: survey

Eurozone economic growth has slowed to its weakest pace since January 2015, a closely watched survey showed Friday.

Sep 23, 2016, 16:28 PM IST
Eurozone ministers demand `new proposal` ahead of Greece summit

Eurozone ministers demand `new proposal` ahead of Greece summit

EU President Donald Tusk called a summit of the leaders of the 19 eurozone countries on Monday in Brussels after the Eurogroup meeting on Thursday failed to break a five-month-old deadlock between the government in Athens and its EU-IMF creditors.

Jun 19, 2015, 18:21 PM IST

Merkel says strong euro hurts fruits of reforms

In the global economy, "a very strong" euro would make it difficult for countries such as Spain and Portugal, which adopted significant reforms during the economic crisis, to "harvest the fruits of those reforms, in exports, for example," Merkel told a congress for family-run businesses in Berlin.

Jun 12, 2015, 17:17 PM IST

Loans to eurozone businesses still weak: ECB

Lending to businesses in the debt-mired eurozone contracted again in January, data published by the European Central Bank showed on Thursday.

Feb 27, 2014, 15:30 PM IST

EU fiscal pact on Budget discipline blocked in Germany

The fiscal pact, which was signed by 25 of the EU's 27 member nations in March, 2012, has been one of the key instruments at the disposal of the eurozone countries to deal with the debt crisis.

Mar 02, 2013, 15:54 PM IST

Asian shares, euro dip on Europe

Asian shares and the euro eased on Thursday as concerns about the ability of eurozone countries to refinance their huge public debt dampened investor risk appetite ahead of a French bond auction later in the day.

Jan 05, 2012, 09:32 AM IST

New iPhone? No thanks, say cash-conscious Europeans

The October roll-out of Apple`s iPhone 4S boosted its position in Britain and United States, but the new phones failed to excite interest in continental Europe, where Apple`s share of the fast-growing smartphone market slipped.

Dec 23, 2011, 09:12 AM IST

New iPhone? No thanks, say cash-conscious Europeans

The October roll-out of Apple`s iPhone 4S boosted its position in Britain and United States, but the new phones failed to excite interest in continental Europe, where Apple`s share of the fast-growing smartphone market slipped.

Dec 23, 2011, 09:12 AM IST

Fitch warns may downgrade France, 6 other eurozone countries

Fitch Ratings on Friday warned it may downgrade France and six other eurozone countries as it believes that a comprehensive solution to the region's debt crisis is "technically and politically beyond reach."

Dec 17, 2011, 11:05 AM IST

Exporters seeking bail-out from Govt: Assocham

Reeling under economic uncertainties in the US and Eurozone countries, and sluggish economic growth in Japan, exporters in India expect government to take some significant steps to bail them out, Assocham said Thursday.

Dec 15, 2011, 22:27 PM IST