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The leaders of France and Germany have made it clear to Athens that it should not be too hopeful about getting leeway with respect to its Greece bailout agreement unless it agrees to maintain the tough Greece reform targets. It seems that the head honchos of the Euro Zone in Brussels are determined to make sure that Greece stays within the Euro Zone.

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The manufacturing sector of Eurozone showed a sharp shrink in almost three years in April, while the data from Asia seems to be very impressive for the quarter. The numbers from the US manufacturing sector also showed a surprising rise in factory growth which left Eurozone as the weakest link in the economic chain with the austerity programs and fiscal crisis taking a toll.

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Even as the economic depiction in the United States has brightened up recently with more positive employment figures, Europe remains held up in a slump. Most economists are estimating a recession for 2012, which will heighten the pressure faced by governments and financial institutions across the Continent.

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It is the final week for stock market in 2011 and analysts are expecting a quiet time in the market. Most market players, traders …

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With financial turmoil creeping in the country and the borrowing rate of Italy towering above 7 percent, many small European countries are forced to hunt for help. The eurozone finance ministers are considering a financial aid package for the country. 17 ministers of the eurozone have quickly managed to raise adequate money in order to build confidence among the world markets that their currency won’t give up.

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When the European Union and the International Monetary Fund agreed in July to provide a second bailout for Greece, this debt-ridden Euro nation, as well …

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Recording an all-time high for the fourth consecutive session, gold prices touched a never-before price of $1,910 earlier today reinforcing prevalent investor sentiments regarding …

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With the precious yellow metal touching a record $1600 an ounce earlier today, while some investors with large gold holdings are rejoicing, it could …

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Despite Portugal having negotiated a 78 billion euro bail-out package in May, the credit rating agency, Moody’s Investors Service, cut the Euro country’s debt …

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“Convince Us First” Say European Governments Finance Ministers Seven arduous hours of talks in Luxembourg resulted in a worrisome situation, with finance ministers of …

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Markets dropped accompanied by a weaker dollar with U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressing concerns about global economic recovery. While forecasting a pick-up …

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With Standard & Poor’s cutting their outlook on Italy’s economy from “stable” to “negative”, along with the massive political loss suffered by Spain’s Socialist …

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The arrest on Saturday of IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has sparked off intense speculation as to how much this incident will affect the scale …

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The Euro and European Markets dropped to new lows amid fresh concerns over Greece’s persistent debt issues, related worries regarding an impending financial recession …

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