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Finnish and klaar with the euro

Euroscepticism stalks Finland, the only country in the monetary union that has a stable rating.

Merkel supports stronger European Investment Bank

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has added her voice to calls to bolster the European Investment Bank and to use EU infrastructure funds more flexibly.

France and Germany to rally crisis plan support

France and Germany are to sound out European leaders about their plan to defuse the eurozone's debt crisis, to rally support before an EU summit.

Battle won but fiscal war not over

Europe's leaders are claiming victory in the eurozone crisis after agreeing to new deals that halve Greek debt.

Austria confident of Greek bailout

Austria's finance minister says Greece will more likely than not receive the next tranche of bailout cash it needs to stave off bankruptcy.

Merkel’s popularity takes a knock with euro backlash

Angela Merkel faces the biggest challenge to her leadership with traditionally loyal allies openly criticising her approach to the euro zone crisis.

World Bank warns of ‘more dangerous’ times ahead

World Bank chief Robert Zoellick warned of a "new and more dangerous" time in the global economy on Saturday, with little breathing space.

IMF warns Europe and US over debt crises

The fund's new chief has warned policymakers that failure to get to grips with their debts could spark fresh turmoil in the global economy.

Belarus requests IMF bailout

Belarus has asked the International Monetary Fund to bail it out of a growing economic crisis that has seen a currency devaluation and consumer panic.

Answers elude eurozone

Ireland bailout has failed to restore confidence in the euro. <b>Jill Treanor</b> looks at what might be done to restore confidence in the currency.

IMF funds heading for Greece as unions protest

Greece on Wednesday was to receive a first dose of a bailout loan agreed with the EU in exchange for austerity cuts which are sparking new protests.

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