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Euro zone economic sentiment rises slightly in November

Euro zone inflation back at five-year low in November

Lending to euro zone private sector shrinks again Oct - ECB

Europe in need of a miracle?

ECB's Draghi warns countries to reform as clouds gather over euro zone

ECB's Noyer - balance sheet statements are expectation, not firm commitment

Lending to euro zone private sector shrinks again Oct - ECB

First Bank of England hike pushed to third-quarter 2015, next rises to be...

Falling Spanish prices add to euro zone deflation pressure

Failure to reform threatens euro zone, ECB's Draghi warns

Draghi throws ECB door open to money printing as global prospects dim

French economy minister Macron - government needs to cut spending for...

ECB's Draghi calls for comprehensive strategy to put euro economy on track

Will German rebound help euro zone?

French October producer prices fall 0.2 percent month on month

Clouds gather over euro zone

China rate cut, European stimulus hints lift markets

German unemployment falls to record low in November

Wall St. ends at records on central bank action

Chances ECB buys government bonds still 50-50 - Reuters Poll

ECB may decide on sovereign bond buys in first-quarter, says Constancio

Italy to sell non-controlling stakes in Enel when conditions right

Austria's Nowotny throws cold water on quick launch of state bond buying

Irish retail sales drop 0.7 percent month-on-month in October

Business investment unexpectedly drops in third-quarter, GDP unrevised

OECD sees gradual world recovery, urges ECB to do more

Falling inflation a worry for Europe but also the world

Irish average wages fall 1.9 percent in third quarter

Concerns about state of global economy have increased - Osborne

Jump in private consumption helps Germany avoid recession in third quarter

Analysis - Countdown to missed opportunity for EU economy

French jobless total hits new record in October - government

BOJ Kuroda resolute in fight against deflation, says ready to ease more

Bank of Japan's Kuroda resolute in fight against deflation, says ready to...

Irish PM's party popularity hit by water levy protests - poll

EU plans to streamline but not change key budget rules

Oil slumps to four-year low as OPEC shuns output cut

Irish PM's party popularity hit by water levy protests: poll

Poland's Belka concerned zloty will rise against euro

Special Report - Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

Special Report: Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

U.S. consumer spending rebounds, income rises modestly

Osborne seeks sweet spot between budget pain and electoral gain

Carney Sees U.K. Outlook Menaced by Global Frailty and Tensions

Italy expects no further EU demands to correct budget