European Crisis

Eurozone inflation remains low in August

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Consumer prices grow 0.2% annually in the month, unchanged from June and July.

Greek economy grew 0.9% in Q2

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Revised estimate improves on previous 0.8 per cent growth figure.

UK growth confirmed at 0.7% in Q2

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Unrevised GDP data shows UK the second fastest-growing in the G7 economy.

Eurozone business, households more upbeat

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August data indicates Q2 growth slowdown unlikely to become a more severe downturn.

Russia 'can weather oil price plunge'

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Economy Minister says Russia's financial system can withstand price plunge to $US40 a barrel.

IMF will probably join Greek bailout: ESM

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Regling says ESM, IMF are 'not far apart anymore' on participation.

Ukraine secures debt relief

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Step moves embattled Kiev closer to unlocking billions of dollars in emergency financing.

Eurozone private lending lifts in July

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Lending growth to firms, households suggests ECB scheme feeding through to private sector.

UK house price growth weakest since 2013

by AFP
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Nationwide Building survey signals prices may be stabilising closer to level of earnings growth.

The China crisis could trigger fresh euro turmoil

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If the Federal Reserve delays raising rates as a result of China's troubles, the chances of an export-led eurozone recovery will become increasingly remote.

Downside inflation risks rising: ECB

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ECB chief economist says risk of a lengthy period of very low EU inflation has intensified.

Greek outlook brightening: ECB's Hansson

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Policymaker says development fragile but positive, Greece may soon require less emergency funding.

China gives BoE food for thought on rates

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Policymakers' concerns likely to persist when bank meets in early September.

ECB satisfied with bond-buying program

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Vice President says scheme working, bank will do more if conditions demand it.

German business confidence lifts slightly

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Ifo index beats expectations in August despite global financial market turbulence.

ECB speech season opens against tricky backdrop

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Slew of central bank speeches give will officials opportunity to address global concerns.

Tsipras' resignation no surprise: Berlin

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Germany reiterates expectations for reform despite change in government.

Eurozone PMI suggests growth still on track

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August print signals growth sustained despite Chinese market turmoil.

UK books budget surplus in July

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Strong growth lifts tax receipts in the month, keeping borrowing goals on track.

Tsipras' calculated gamble could pay off

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' decision to resign and trigger a snap election could restore order to a fractured Syriza.

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