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#Eurozone crisis

# eurozone-crisis - Friday 20 December, 2013

'Ireland wasn't a victim of the Euro, the Euro was a victim of Ireland's banks'- Barroso

The European Commission President didn’t mince his words last night.

# eurozone-crisis - Thursday 24 January, 2013

Ireland has been through 'a hurricane' - Kenny speaks at World Economic Forum

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Enda Kenny stressed the need for job creation across Europe in order to tackle the economic crisis.

# eurozone-crisis - Tuesday 15 January, 2013

Column: How much has Ireland paid for the EU banking crisis?

Ireland has been declared a ‘special case’ by Angela Merkel – and these figures show exactly why, writes Michael Taft.

# eurozone-crisis - Saturday 5 January, 2013

Merkel kicks off campaign, highlights economic strength

The German Chancellor’s party faces a tough battle in the upcoming Lower Saxony state vote.

# eurozone-crisis - Thursday 18 October, 2012

EU summit: Merkel backs EU budget control

While not originally on the agenda, there is speculation Spain may ask for a limited bailout in Brussels.

# eurozone-crisis - Wednesday 8 August, 2012

Fall in German exports causes concern over European crisis

Imports were 3 per cent lower in June, following a 6.2 per cent increase the previous month.

# eurozone-crisis - Friday 22 June, 2012

From The42 Löw Blow! German newspaper wastes no time in having a bailout dig at Greece Bailout

Löw Blow! German newspaper wastes no time in having a bailout dig at Greece

You know how those Germans can be with their funny, funny jokes about the Eurozone collapsing…

# eurozone-crisis - Wednesday 13 June, 2012

Fears grow as Greeks flee banks

Up to €700m believed to have been taken out of banks as contagion sets in after disastrous Italian bond auction.

# eurozone-crisis - Wednesday 28 December, 2011

The Daily Fix: Wednesday

In tonight’s Fix: A seventh person dies on the country’s roads over Christmas, why Betfair won’t be paying out €25 million, and the strangest pics from Kim Jong-Il’s funeral.

Stocks slide over signs of jitters at European banks

European banks deposited a record €412 billion with the ECB overnight – showing that banks are worried about loaning money to each other.

# eurozone-crisis - Thursday 1 December, 2011

Sarkozy: We need to rethink Europe to save the euro Crisis This post contains videos

Sarkozy: We need to rethink Europe to save the euro

In a dramatic speech this evening, the French president said that there needs to be a “rethink” of how Europe is structured – and possibly a new treaty.

# eurozone-crisis - Sunday 6 November, 2011

Greek president to host talks with PM, opposition

George Papandreou says he will step aside if agreement can be reached on the formation of an interim government to secure a new European debt deal for the country.

# eurozone-crisis - Tuesday 1 November, 2011

Column: Confused about what will happen to the euro? Everyone is.

Former trader Nick Leeson speaks to those working at the heart of financial markets and finds that uncertainty and confusion is thwarting a move forward.

# eurozone-crisis - Saturday 8 October, 2011

Eurozone debt crisis: 9 key diary dates this month

Will this be the most important month for the 17 nations of the euro area?

# eurozone-crisis - Saturday 13 August, 2011

Italy austerity measures: Government "puts its hands into the pockets of Italian people"

The new measures include a ‘solidarity’ tax for high earners. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said “our hearts are bleeding”.