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Eurozone Industrial Output Rebounds in August

(BRUSSELS) — Official figures show that industrial output across the eurozone rebounded in August, raising hopes that the sector will contribute to a pick-up in...

The Euro Crisis: How Much Worse Can It Get?

With the euro staggering from one crisis to the next, the 17 euro-zone nations are facing some tough questions, but the most pressing one this week seemed to be...

Saving the Euro-Zone, One Bank at a Time

Its very name makes eyes glaze over, and its details are so technical that only the wonkiest of financial wonks really grasp them in full. But efforts to forge a...

Why Germany Is Making Money on Eurozone Fears

A few months ago, it seemed Germany's ego couldn't get any bigger. The country's joblessness rate had fallen to its lowest levels since German reunification in...

How France is a Microcosm for the Eurozone Crisis

The rioting that rocked the French city of Amiens Aug 13-14 was a grim reminder that little has changed since 2005, when the exclusion and alienation of France’s...

Is This the Last Chance to Save the Euro?

The routine has been drearily repetitive since the euro debt crisis erupted two years ago: itchy markets jostle the euro; eurozone officials promise to sort out...

Why Germany Should Leave the Eurozone

Most discussion about a potential breakup of the Eurozone assumes that Greece and other financially troubled countries would be the ones who ended up abandoning...

Why the Eurozone Can’t Just Muddle Through

A specter is haunting Europe – the specter of default. And all the powers of Old Europe have entered into an alliance to exorcise this specter. The result has...

That Sound You Hear Is The Euro Cracking

A break-up in the Eurozone just got more real with the announcement of the short-list for the Wolfson Economics Prize. This years challenge question was: “If...