Brexit vote adds to uncertainty over global economy, impact won't be seen soon

The first indication of how Britain`s vote to leave the European Union will affect the global economy will come from business surveys, with the hard data to follow -- a lag that increases uncertainty over growth.

Growth in eurozone private sector slows slightly: ECB

Growth in eurozone private sector slows slightly: ECB

Growth of loans to the private sector in the euro area slowed slightly in March, European Central Bank data showed on Wednesday.

Eurozone economic activity ticks up after sharp fall: Survey

Eurozone private sector business activity ticked up in March after a sharp fall in February, a closely watched survey showed Tuesday, but the outlook remains clouded.

Battle to boost eurozone in doubt despite ECB bazooka

Battle to boost eurozone in doubt despite ECB bazooka

A long battle to avert deflation and jumpstart the 19-nation eurozone economy is far from over despite an unprecedented barrage of stimulus measures by the European Central Bank, analysts warn.

ECB delivers another adrenaline shot to eurozone economy

ECB delivers another adrenaline shot to eurozone economy

The European Central Bank brought out the heavy artillery Thursday to jumpstart the stalled eurozone economy, slashing already record-low interest rates, pumping massive new sums into the banking system and, for the first time, buying corporate bonds.

Market turmoil could hold back euro zone inflation: European Central Bank member

Market turmoil could hold back euro zone inflation: European Central Bank member

Europe`s financial market turmoil could delay a rise in inflation even further and banks will need to be fixed with forceful action over time, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure told a German newspaper on Saturday.

Eurozone economy grows 0.3% in Q4 2015, unchanged vs Q3: Eurostat

Eurozone economy grows 0.3% in Q4 2015, unchanged vs Q3: Eurostat

The eurozone economy grew 0.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, unchanged from the previous quarter and in line with analyst forecasts, official data showed Friday. 

Eurozone economy slows in December, recovery still on track: Survey

Eurozone private sector business activity slowed slightly in December but still held at a four-and-a-half year high as the recovery remained on track, creating much-needed jobs, a key survey showed Wednesday.

Eurozone set for 'moderate' recovery in 2016, 2017

Eurozone set for 'moderate' recovery in 2016, 2017

The eurozone economy is set to continue its moderate recovery over the next two years in the wake of the Greek bailout crisis, despite headwinds from the wider global economy, the EU said Thursday.

Eurozone loans to private sector increase slightly: ECB

Eurozone loans to private sector increase slightly: ECB

Growth of loans to the private sector in the euro area, a gauge of economic health, is picking up speed, albeit very slowly, European Central Bank data showed on Friday. 

Eurozone unemployment lowest for three years

Unemployment in the eurozone fell to its lowest level for three and a half years in July, raising hopes that economic recovery in the single currency area is taking hold, official data showed on Tuesday

Greece says 'no' to bailout offer

Greece says 'no' to bailout offer

Results showed about 61 per cent voted "no," compared with 39 per cent for "yes," with 100 per cent of the vote counted.

Euro ticks up despite Greek debt worries

There was relief at the start of the week when it emerged Athens had managed to pay 750 million euros due to the IMF.

Eurozone exits deflation but dangers still loom

The eurozone exited four months of deflation in April, official data showed on Thursday, reversing a dangerous bout of declining prices, but problems remain and the recovery is weak.

Eurozone business activity slows in April: Markit

Eurozone business activity slowed in April after hitting an 11-month high in March, hitting hopes that a massive European Central Bank stimulus programme would give the economy a quick boost, a key survey showed Thursday.

Eurozone growth, inflation outlook brighter: ECB survey

Turning to the growth outlook for the 19 countries that share the euro, the survey saw an upward revision in experts` growth forecasts.

ECB meets bond buying target

The ECB launched its bond buying programme on March 9, joining the central banks of Britain, Japan and the United States in using so-called quantitative easing (QE) to boost their economies.

Euro sinks below $1.07, lowest in nearly 12 years

The euro kept falling on course toward dollar parity Tuesday, hitting its lowest level against the greenback in nearly 12 years.

ECB faces crucial test of "whatever it takes"

The European Central Bank faces a crucial test of its resolve to do "whatever it takes" to preserve the euro when it decides this week on buying government bonds to combat deflation and revive the economy.

Eurozone industrial production up 0.2% in November

Industrial output in the eurozone rose 0.2 percent in November, official data showed on Wednesday, a modest sign of more solid economic growth despite looming deflation.