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Coronavirus hits eurozone’s weakest economy at the bottom of its economic cycle.

Coronavirus Update: Italy to ban travel from certain virus affected areas - # of South Korean cases spike. How sizeable will be the impact of the outbreak on the Eurozone’s and overall World’s GDP?

"The ECB’s balance sheet is almost 40% of the eurozone’s GDP. The BOJ's balance sheet already reached 100% of Japan’s GDP. The Federal has reversed the so-called normalization and its balance has increased by 11% since August." @dlacalle_IA 

Eurozone’s manufacturing slump eases despite coronavirus

The mounting shock is potentially serious enough to kill off the eurozone’s tentative green shoots and tip the currency bloc back into stagnation, or worse. Read more:

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The eurozone’s economy slowed sharply in 2019 as factories faltered amid weak overseas demand and its key automobile industry struggled

Eurozone: The Year of the Review | Article | ING Think - The European Commission just released its review of the eurozone’s fiscal rules, kickstarting a process of possible changes to the framework. With both mo...

The eurozone’s economy slowed sharply in 2019 as factories faltered amid weak overseas demand and its key automobile industry struggled

The eurozone’s economy slowed sharply in 2019 as factories faltered amid weak overseas demand and its key automobile industry struggled

The eurozone’s economy slowed sharply in 2019 as factories faltered amid weak overseas demand and its key automobile industry struggled

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Watch again: Draghi on how negative interest rates have benefitted the eurozone’s economy

The eurozone’s coming recession will confirm Brexiteers’ warnings via @telebusiness 

On an annualized basis, Eurostat has lowered its estimate for third-quarter growth in the Eurozone to 0.6% from 0.7%. Eurozone’s weakest quarter since early 2013. Expect something of a rebound in Q4. But not by much.

Spain and Italy, two of the eurozone’s largest economies, are now in the hands of populists who are also novices at governing

The new Italian government is continuing the Renzi Spoilt Brat tactic, instead of demanding a re-think of the Eurozone’s silly ‘rules’ – On Bloomberg

Something is rotten with the eurozone’s hideous restrictions on sovereignty (Plus the Plan against liquidity crunch)

Greece, running out of money, requests a 3-year loan from the eurozone’s bailout fund

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"What is needed is not structural reform within Greece and Spain so much as structural reform of the eurozone’s design..."

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