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# Eurozone

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EU faces talks on bank sector reform and who should pay for future bailouts
Cost of living rises in the eurozone but not so much in Ireland
Latvia gets the green light to join the euro next year
Oireachtas agenda: Abortion hearings, new grocery rules and leaving the euro
Aaron McKenna: Money, Money, Must Be Funny In A Eurocrat's World
Aaron McKenna
Eurogroup chief says Eurozone is much 'calmer' now than last year
France enters recession in first quarter
It might be time to say goodbye to those tiny cent coins
Portugal: 30,000 jobs cuts, working hours increased and pension age rises
After two months, Italy's finally getting a new government
Eurozone inflation hits new low, raising prospect of ECB rate cut
Record breaker: Eurozone unemployment now at 12.1 per cent
Central Bank governor Honohan to face TDs and senators
It's taken two months, but Italy has (finally) unveiled its new government
Column: Who’s next in line to be consumed by the European crisis?
Tom McDonnell
Updated: EU finance ministers agree to delay repayment of Irish bailout loans
Cyprus eases controls on stricken banks - but keeps €300 withdrawal limit
EU and Eurozone finance ministers begin two-day summit in Dublin
Troika recommends 'giving Ireland seven more years to repay loans'
Aaron McKenna: While the Eurozone is floundering, the US is seeing growth - but why?
Aaron McKenna
ECB chief Draghi admits initial Cyprus bailout plan was 'not smart'
Unemployed number in Eurozone highest since records here began
Irish economy starting to wilt again
Declan Ganley says need for a new political party is 'obvious'
Bank of Cyprus customers could lose up to 60 per cent of savings
Cyprus president: Crisis is 'contained' and we won't leave eurozone
With limits on cash withdrawals, Cypriot banks reopen calmly
Cypriot banks brace for reopening with cash withdrawals capped at €300
Updated: All banks in Cyprus will now stay closed until Thursday
Cyprus reaches last minute deal to avoid bankruptcy
Explainer: Your 25-point crash course on what’s happening in Cyprus
Noonan insists: 'We would never hit depositors in Ireland'
Eurozone finance ministers to meet in Brussels on Cyprus crisis
Merkel ally admits European authorities underestimated Cyprus 'mess'
Cyprus president prepares for Brussels as parties debate 25pc deposit tax
Eurogroup ready to discuss new Cyprus proposal
UPDATE: Cyprus to create ‘solidarity fund’
Cyprus president demands bailout decision on Thursday
Brussels: 'It's up to Cyprus to come up with a revised bailout deal'
Cyprus minister: Troika rejects our Plan B, and banks might never re-open