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Eurozone logs vigorous growth in November industrial production
Eurozone industrial production grew at a rapid clip in November in the latest reminder of the currency area’s economic acceleration.
Eurozone economic confidence hits highest level since 2000
Economic confidence across the eurozone has hit its strongest level in more than 17 years, according to official figures that suggest both consumers and businesses are benefiting from the region’s healthy recent performance.
Eurozone inflation down to 1.4% in December
Inflation in the eurozone slipped further away from the European Central Bank’s target in December, highlighting the challenge facing the bank as it looks to maintain price rises while winding down its quantitative easing program this year.
Eurozone manufacturing PMI  hits record high in December
Activity in the eurozone manufacturing sector improved in December, as expected, ending 2017 with record-high growth.
Eurozone economy picks up pace of borrowing in November
Growth in lending to eurozone businesses and households picked up in November, official data showed, in an encouraging sign for European Central Bank chiefs as they begin withdrawing support for the economy.
Eurozone economy to grow at faster rate
The European Central Bank (ECB) has lifted its economic growth forecasts as growth across the eurozone picks up.
A flawed blueprint for reform of the eurozone
With the eurozone economy on a tear, European leaders have voiced renewed ambition for reforms to reinforce the foundations of monetary union. The rationale is clear: to give the eurozone’s governance more legitimacy in the eyes of its citizens; and to make the bloc better equipped to withstand adversity next time a crisis hits. But there is no consensus on what reforms should look like. All attempts to articulate a plan run up against fundamental political differences that have dogged the single currency since its inception.
Some eurozone economic convergence may be resuming
Convergence between the eurozone’s richer and poorer economies appears to be resuming, but income gaps remain huge and the euro has not been a catalyst for reducing inequality, a study published by the European Central Bank (ECB) showed.
Eurozone inflation rate up
Inflation in the eurozone hit 1.5 percent this month, up from 1.4 percent in October, but was weaker than the 1.6 percent reading economists had expected.
Is European Union collapsing?
By Hossein Ziaee*
Eurozone economy to grow fastest in 2017 in decade
The European Commission forecast that the eurozone economy would grow at its fastest pace in a decade this year, with real gross domestic product growth predicted to be 2.2 percent.
Dijsselbloem: Eurozone will focus on debt reduction
Eurozone policymakers will pay increasing attention to the bloc’s debt levels as part of its attempts to shore up the public finances of member states during a strong economic recovery.
Eurozone manufacturers report best year-to-date performance since 2000
Factories across the eurozone are having their best year since the start of the century, according to a closely-watched series of surveys, with Italy a particular highlight as businesses reported much better than expected conditions in October.
Eurozone bailout fund may  get monitoring powers next year
The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) could get new powers to monitor eurozone economies next year as part of the single currency bloc's plan to integrate more deeply, Klaus Regling, the head of the eurozone bailout fund, said.
Macron to unveil plans for Europe
New government in Berlin may put a dampener on Macron's plans for deeper Eurozone integration.

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