Of the major countries that have reported GDP, only Germany managed to eke out some positive growth...
After 10 months on hold, the European Central Bank (ECB) cut its main policy interest (refinancing) rate from 0.75% to 0.50% as macroeconomic data continued to worsen in the eurozone.
There are two key areas the eurozone needs to address; both can be seen as fault lines in the design of the common currency.
After months of negotiations, an agreement has been reached on a bailout for Cyprus and, in particular, Cypriot banks.
Following months of campaigning and deal making, the elections in Italy appear to have resulted in gridlock.
Are investors finally about to get a stable and strong government which can tackle the problems behind Italy’s lacklustre performance over the past two decades?
We highlight three good reasons why investors should buy European property now.
Rory Bateman on his outlook for Europe...
Two important developments emerged last week - agreement on the terms of a common bank supervisor in Europe and the announcement of more quantitative easing in the US. Virginie Maisonneuve gives her view on these developments.
Rory Bateman, Head of European Equities, looks ahead into 2013
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