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For Some in Europe, High Lending Rates Hamper Recovery
“Without investment there is no employment growth, and unemployment is the biggest scourge in our country and in Europe.” For businesses in the 18 countries of the euro zone, sharing a currency is not the same thing as having a common cost of money.
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Storm Targets Eastern Europe; Largely Dry and Mild in Western Europe
Two main weather events will dominate Europe through Saturday. The first is a slow-moving storm system that will bring locally heavy rainfall and the threat of flooding to eastern Europe. The storm moved across central Europe on Tuesday, causing …

Populist gains to complicate Europe's free trade ambitions
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Growing support for far-right parties has dominated the run-up to next week's European Parliament elections but a lesser noticed theme is lurking: that protest parties on both right and left will try to scupper EU free trade talks.
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Morning MoneyBeat Europe: Signposts Scarce As New Week Starts

Morning MoneyBeat Europe: Signposts Scarce As New Week Starts
Monday is distinctly short of market-moving events so the start of a new week is likely to see European investors gnawing at old themes. Ukraine will be one. Pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country have declared victory in a weekend …
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Ukraine eastern regions hold 'self-rule' vote
The US and the European Union see the presidential election as crucial to restoring stability in Ukraine. In a statement released on Saturday, Jen Psaki, the US State Department spokeswoman, said the referendums were "illegal under Ukrainian law and …

Europe's companies write off €360bn in late paid and unpaid debt
… €360bn despite the pick-up in economic activity in the region. “The late payment consequences for businesses pose a real threat to Europe's competitiveness and social wellbeing,” said Lars Wollung, president of Intrum Justitia, a credit management …
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This Pop Star Is Selling Out Entire Stadiums in Europe, But You Probably Haven

This Pop Star Is Selling Out Entire Stadiums in Europe, But You Probably Haven
Son of a Rwandan father, killed in the Tutsi genocide, and a Belgian mother, Stromae (né Paul Van Haver) has been crowned the voice of the dejected youth of Europe. That's another way of saying all the youth in Europe. The Eurozone crisis that began in …
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Ryan Giggs targeting Europe as the interim manager looks to sign off season
Europe or no Europe, whether Giggs will be involved with United – either as a player or a coach – is still up in the air. 'I am going to take a holiday as soon as the season finishes and discuss with family and friends what to do next," said the …
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Apollo Seeks a Bigger Role in Europe's Banking Sector

Apollo Seeks a Bigger Role in Europe's Banking Sector
Apollo is not the only investment firm to turn a covetous eye on Europe's banking sector. Since the financial crisis, as European banks have had to sell assets or otherwise reorganize to comply with regulations, hedge funds and private equity firms …
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The Upshot|Deflation Threatens Europe. Policy Makers Wait.
Europe is staring into the face of the kind of deflationary cycle that has paralyzed the Japanese economy for the better part of two decades. Prices are rising far more slowly than its central bank wants, against a backdrop of astronomical unemployment …
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Some positives to consider on Europe Day
On Friday we celebrate Europe Day, a day which 64 years ago marked the foundation of what is now the European Union. Not many people will notice. They also won't notice the safeguards they enjoy at work which are down to the efforts of the EU, nor the …
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British View of Europe Faces a Test
LONDON — Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party, recently unveiled a campaign poster he hopes will help his anti-European message win the European elections later this month: An outsize index finger points at onlookers …
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Sanctions Meant to Hurt Russia Take Bite in Europe
Sanctions against Russia are taking a toll in Europe as well, figures showed Wednesday, as a top U.S. official negotiated potential new economic punishment for the Kremlin's incursion into Ukraine. Treasury Undersecretary David Cohen, in Paris as part …
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Europe – Dream and Reality
After overcoming the economic crisis, several questions remain regarding the current and future state of Europe. Where is Europe headed, how sustainable is the European dream in a global world? What advantages does the European understanding of the …
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