EURO



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ECONOMY

Yields on Southern European government bonds fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank clearly signaled it will provide more stimulus at its next meeting to contain the growing fallout from a second wave of coronavirus infections. 

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ECONOMY

The eurozone’s gross domestic product (GDP) shrank by 11.8% while the employment rate decreased by 2.9% in the second quarter of 2020 compared to the previous quarter, Eurostat said on Tuesday. 


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ECONOMY

Greek government bonds are back in the spotlight, outshining their peers and returning 26% since mid-March, when the European Central Bank announced it would buy Greek debt for the first time ever – a seal of approval for conservative investors.

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NEWS

The group of countries using Europe’s single currency will choose a new president on Thursday, with three candidates vying for the challenging task of leading the 19-nation bloc out of the deepest economic recession in decades.



powerful-euro-single-currency-bloc-to-pick-new-president
ECONOMY

The powerful group of countries using Europe's single currency will choose a new president on Thursday, with three candidates vying for the challenging task of leading the 19-nation bloc out of the deepest economic recession in decades.


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ECONOMY

The European Central Bank bought a record 44 billion euros ($47.64 billion) worth of bonds across its stimulus programs last week, but still failed to rein in borrowing costs for Italy and other indebted countries, ECB data showed on Monday.

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ECONOMY

Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras will be participating in a public online debate on Tuesday on a recent decision by Germany’s top administrative court on the European Central Bank’s bond-buying scheme.