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Economic week ahead: Inflation expected to average at 5.9%
Economic week ahead: Inflation expected to average at 5.9%
South African Reserve Bank projections point to headline inflation averaging 5.9% this year. Officials expect inflation to temporarily breach the...
Merkel supports stronger European Investment Bank
Merkel supports stronger European Investment Bank
German Chancellor Angela Merkel added her voice on Saturday to calls to bolster the European Investment Bank (EIB) and to use EU infrastructure...
Oil falls to nearly $101 ahead of Europe meeting
Oil falls to nearly $101 ahead of Europe meeting
Oil prices fell to near $101 a barrel Monday in Asia amid investor concern that a meeting between the leaders of Germany and France won't yield a...
The second coming of the recession
The second coming of the recession
European leaders were confronted this week by the ugly prospect of a second recession in three years after figures showed that manufacturing output...
Eurozone crisis hangs on ECB cash injection
Eurozone crisis hangs on ECB cash injection
The next turn in the eurozone debt crisis hung on a massive cash injection by the European Central Bank on Wednesday which governments and...
Greece: Lehman Brothers 2.0
Greece: Lehman Brothers 2.0
Welcome to the new normal. Billions of pounds were wiped off the value of shares in London on October 4. Dexia, a bank jointly owned by the French...
Labour urges Cameron to push for European growth
Labour urges Cameron to push for European growth
British opposition leader Ed Miliband on Sunday urged Prime Minister David Cameron to show leadership over the international economic crisis and...
Europe digs ever deeper debt hole
Europe digs ever deeper debt hole
Europe is digging an ever-deeper hole as it vows to resolve the euro zone crisis, experts said on Sunday as Greece readies for a pivotal week of...
EU ministers see need for stronger banking sector
EU ministers see need for stronger banking sector
European Union (EU) finance ministers agreed on Saturday that European banks must be strengthened in the follow-up to July stress tests as a report...
Demonstrations amid ongoing euro zone debt fears
Demonstrations amid ongoing euro zone debt fears
A mass anti-austerity protest, called by unions, took to the streets on Saturday, as European Union (EU) ministers cut short talks on the euro zone...
Obama urges eurozone leaders to act on crisis
Obama urges eurozone leaders to act on crisis
The eurozone's leaders need to show markets they are taking responsibility for its debt crisis and work out how to tally monetary union with budget...
Greece cutting the fat to stunt growing debt
Greece cutting the fat to stunt growing debt
Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos on Sunday announced new budget cuts totalling around €2-billion as demanded by the European Union and...

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