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Euro working group to meet Wednesday, deal still sought: Greek official

Greece: five years of bailout blues

Euro zone economy now on sustainable recovery path, say forecasters

Spain to bid for euro zone chair in challenge to Dijsselbloem

Euro zone slows - but still on track?

China, Europe and U.S. business activity disappoints in April

ECB's balance sheet shrinks slightly in week to April 17

European governments have largely failed to reform - EU document

Dollar falls on business spending, euro eases on Greece

Bank of England upbeat on euro zone, eyes inflation pressures - minutes

ECB's Praet urges countries to reform for recovery to last

Talks with Greece have gained momentum but still long way from target: IMF

Talks with Greece have gained momentum but still long way from target - IMF

Greek cash seen lasting into June, no EU deal imminent

White House adviser says 'Grexit' carries major risks

Greece urged to stop wasting time

Germany's economy is back on track

Berlin lifts growth forecasts as economy creates jobs, benefits from cheap...

German growth to slow in first quarter after strong end to 2014 - finance...

Kerry welcomes Greek foreign minister to Washington

Asian stocks steady after China stimulus, euro hurt by Greek woes

Greece not playing a game of chicken on debt - Kotzias

Close to power, Finnish populists tone down anti-Athens policies

Shares gain on China stimulus Greece worries weigh on euro

Ex-Allied Irish chairman sheds light on controversial guarantee

Stocks firm after China stimulus, euro hit by Greek anxiety

World finance leaders see threats ahead for global economy

Eurozone economy moves up a gear

UBI doesn't rule out Monte Paschi tie-up but won't be pushed into bad...

UBI doesn't rule out Monte Paschi tie-up but won't be pushed into bad deal...

South Africa factories flirting with recession amid power shortages

Millionaire businessman wins Finland vote, euroskeptics take second place

France to miss 2017 deficit goal, jobless rate to dip slowly

Global growth outlook steady despite oil fall, stimulus burst

Millionaire businessman wins Finland vote, eurosceptics take second place

No Bank of England rate rise until early 2016

Osborne avoids deficit slip-up, retail sales unexpectedly fall

China factory activity disappoints again, hopes pinned on US and Europe

Drought woes play on NZ dollar

What happens if Cyprus collapses?

NZ dollar gains on back of strong growth

NZ dollar surges after Cyprus bailout

Trouble from Cyprus deal could linger for eurozone

Precious metals close mixed

Asia stocks down on bleak UK factory production

Cyprus banks reopen: Live Report

Slovenia to liquidate two small banks as bailout looms

Italian PM warns of risks in crunch week for Berlusconi

Euro zone sentiment turns positive for first time in over two years

Banks to repay 5.9 billion euros of ECB crisis loans

Analysis - Dollar's weak trajectory seen holding for now

Euro zone private sector growth beats forecasts in August - PMIs

Analysis - New Greek rescue promises euro drama, not crisis

ABN AMRO bad debts rise as government plans sale

More encouraging signs for euro zone

ECB's Draghi seen pushing credibility of low rates promise

IMF sees emerging economies vulnerable to U.S. tapering

Exports, spending pull euro zone out of recession

German unemployment edges up in August, but job market solid

Insight -The end of angst? Prosperous Germans in no mood for change

Euro zone business activity growing faster than thought in September: PMI

Exclusive: Greece does not need third bailout, seeks debt 'reprofiling' -...

Spain sells 10-year debt at lowest yield in three years

Spain's jobless queues grow as summer jobs end

Polish central banker says pension changes can boost economy