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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Euro zone

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Hopes for a swift economic recovery in 2021 have faded, says ECB
A resurgence of the virus has weakened euro area growth forecasts.
Eurozone: Stormy weather ahead despite a better-than-expected third quarter rally in GDP
New data shows a slight worsening of jobless figures while prices continue to tumble.
European Central Bank nods towards more stimulus in December as virus surges across Europe
In the meantime, the governing council decided to keep its monetary policy unchanged.
A little luck could go a long way for Irish provinces as Champions Cup draw sets stall for the season ahead
To avoid another clash with Racing 92, Munster will hope the seedings fall their way ahead of this afternoon’s draw.
Two more countries booked their place at Euro 2016 after tonight's games
Meanwhile, David De Gea had a stormer for Spain.
Retail sales continue fall across eurozone
For example, eurozone countries purchased less ‘food, drink and tobacco’ this May, compared to May 2012.
EU to hold emergency meeting to tackle 'contagion'
The IMF has voiced approval of the move – saying that recognition of the need for a broader, more forward-looking policy response to assist Greece was welcomed.
The Daily Fix: Friday
In today’s fix: Greece considers euro pull out; public sector workers in decline; a recession warning from Doctor Doom; Enda and Muhammad; the price of gas and electricity may rise; Eamon Ryan and a helicopter; and the calmest man ever?
Greece 'considers exiting euro zone' but European officials deny crisis talks
A secret crisis meeting has reportedly been called in Luxembourg tonight. The report has been denied although it hasn’t been confirmed or denied by France.