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Britain has prospered outside the eurozone and will continue to do so, while our low taxes have promoted growth...Britain avoided a double-dip recession in the wake of the 2008 global economic crisis, and has now returned steadfastly to growth. The
The optimism comes from a stable outlook for U.S. economy, Eurozone business recovery, China 's mild economic reform, according to the Cathay Financial. The outlook report also indicated that demand from external markets is the main driver for Taiwan'
France will avoid a recession this year, according to the country's statistics body...President Francois Hollande has been under pressure to revive the economy as other eurozone nations start growing and show signs of recovery...France was last in
IFG plunged as much as 19pc during early trading yesterday as the financial services company warned that a recent approach may not lead to an offer. European stocks advanced after the IMF said it will raise its US growth outlook. Starbucks to open in
22 December 2013 7 shares 15 View comments Britain will be the fastest growing economy of any major European nation next year, experts predict. In a boost for Chancellor George Osborne, leading accountancy firm PwC said the UK economy is likely to
Europe has made clear they'll be keeping a close eye on us, with twice-yearly reviews until at least three-quarters of the money has been repaid. But Finance Minister Michael Noonan has repeatedly pointed out we'll be under enhanced scrutiny anyway
Cyprus (AP) Cyprus' parliament has approved the 2014 state budget, the country's first after agreeing to a painful rescue deal earlier this year that saved it from bankruptcy. The budget incorporates deep spending cuts to meet strict fiscal targets
Greece's jobless rate fell to 27 per cent in the third quarter of 2013 as the pace of economic contraction eased, but remained near record levels and the highest in the eurozone . Joblessness is a major headache for Greece's coalition government,
How sustainable are these (still) historically ultra-low yields?...What's the future of the Eurozone, not just in terms of growth, but in terms of stability?...In terms of themes to think about in the new year, this is a petty decent list.
Banks in all euro zone countries will face higher levies under a deal agreed by European finance ministers on a banking union, an official from Germany's finance ministry said on Thursday. "Part of yesterday's agreements is an increase in bank levies