Eurozone inflation still negative, down 0.1% in March

Eurozone consumer prices continued to fall in March but at a slightly slower pace than in February, data showed Thursday, despite the European Central Bank`s massive economic stimulus programme.

Eurozone inflation weaker than first estimated

Eurozone inflation in January was weaker than initially estimated, data showed Thursday, heaping further pressure on the European Central Bank to ramp up efforts to boost the economy in Europe.

Eurozone inflation unchanged at 0.2% in December

Eurozone inflation unchanged at 0.2% in December

Eurozone inflation remained unchanged at a lower than expected 0.2 percent in December, official data said on Tuesday, adding pressure on the European Central Bank to ramp up its efforts to boost the economy in Europe.

Eurozone inflation unchanged at a low 0.1% in November

Eurozone inflation unchanged at a low 0.1% in November

Central bankers of the 19-member eurozone are keen to fight falling prices.

Eurozone falls back into deflation

Eurozone falls back into deflation

Eurozone inflation unexpectedly fell to negative 0.1 percent in September, data showed Wednesday, suggesting a dangerous spell of falling prices could be returning to Europe.

Eurozone inflation revised lower to in August

Inflation in the 19-country eurozone fell to 0.1 percent in August, revised data showed Wednesday, in a sign that a dangerous spell of falling prices could be returning to Europe.

Eurozone inflation steady at 0.2% in August

Food, alcohol and tobacco, and services showed the highest rate rise with 1.2 percent, followed by industrial goods on 0.6 percent, according to the EU`s Eurostat data agency.

Euro zone inflation stable at 0.2%, still far off ECB target

The European Union`s statistics office Eurostat said on Friday that consumer prices in the 19 countries sharing the euro rose by 0.2 percent year-on-year in July, as in June. 

Eurozone inflation slows to 0.2%, unemployment stable

Eurozone inflation slows to 0.2%, unemployment stable

Inflation in the eurozone slowed to 0.2 percent in June, official data showed on Tuesday, with consumer prices rising just slightly in Europe despite unprecedented stimulus measures by the European Central Bank.

Euro steady after ECB and Greek debt meetings

The euro held its gains on Thursday, bolstered by the European Central Bank`s upbeat inflation forecasts and hopes for a last-minute Greek bailout deal.

Eurozone inflation rises to 0.3% in May

Inflation in the eurozone climbed to 0.3 percent in May, official data showed on Tuesday, further pulling away from declining prices and reviving hopes of economic recovery in Europe.

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 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.

Eurozone in deflation territory for first time since 2009 as prices plunge

The eurozone slipped into deflationary territory for the first time since 2009 after prices dropped in December, official figures showed Wednesday, challenging the ECB to take action to avert a new economic crisis in Europe.

Eurozone inflation turns negative, Brent oil below $50

Eurozone annual inflation in December was -0.2 percent, lower than expected and far below the European Central Bank`s medium-term target of just under 2 percent.

ECB cuts eurozone growth, inflation forecasts

The European Central Bank on Thursday cut its growth and inflation forecasts for the eurozone, noting the deteriorating economic outlook and price drops, its president Mario Draghi said.

Eurozone inflation falls to 0.3%, unemployment steady

Eurozone member Germany registered among the lowest unemployment rates at 4.9 percent in October, with Spain among the highest at 24 percent.

Good news for eurozone as Germany, France skirt recession

The clouds over Europe appeared to lift slightly in the third quarter as its two biggest economies both narrowly escaped a new recession, official data showed on Friday.

OECD urges ECB to step up quantitative easing, trims growth forecasts

The OECD on Thursday urged the European Central Bank to step up support for the eurozone economy that its sees as posing a major risk to slowing world growth.

Eurozone inflation up, unemployment steady: Eurostat

Eurozone inflation has come off multi-year lows while the jobless figures are little changed, official data showed on Friday, providing only limited reassurance that a modest economic recovery remains on track.