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Bank of England's McCafferty sees limited impact from Euro zone weakness

Euro zone trade surplus rises more than expected in October

Euro zone output rises in October on consumer goods

Greek Crisis 2.0? Not quite yet

Greek political fallout a worry, but financial contagion seen limited

Cheaper fuel keeps Euro zone inflation low in November

EU: Greek defiance on debt would be 'suicidal'

Greek poll sends jitters through Europe

SNB keeps franc cap, flags deflation risk as ECB test awaits

Bundesbank says may cut inflation forecast due to oil price

Bundesbank sceptical of quantitative easing even if inflation falls below...

Tepid interest in its cheap loans edges ECB towards printing money

Bundesbank backs ECB line on possible further measures

Double dose of woe for ECB

ECB gives initial backing to bank capital plans

Plunging oil prices could boost geopolitical tensions - BoE report

ECB's Liikanen says 'ability to act' comes before unanimity

Crunch loan offer may hold key to next ECB policy move

Dollar, stocks rebound on strong U.S. data

Fiscal policy moves have to accompany ECB action - Nowotny

Greek central banker says systemic risks low but vigilance needed

Italy's economy minister expects ECB to opt for quantitative easing - paper

Spain inflation likely to average zero in 2015 - economy minister

World set to end year in brittle economic state

Draghi to urge European leaders to reform to back ECB stimulus

Coeure says ECB weighing how best to act, France wants policy shift

French core inflation turns negative, points to deflation risk

Bundesbank chief critical of EU stance on French budget-report

Italian PM Renzi calls on factious party to unite for reforms

Don't vote 'wrong' way, EU's Juncker urges Greeks

Greek central banker says systemic risks low but vigilance needed

Brent oil sinks under $59 as global tensions mount

CBI factory orders growth hits four-month high, outlook brighter

Oil price slump muddies ECB's mission

Europe banks may feel profits squeeze after U.S. raises capital bar

Irish big spenders, Russians scrooges at Xmas

Ireland's economic growth slows to 3.5 percent

France will seek a 'more suitable' ECB monetary policy

Bank borrowing in new ECB loans programme disappoints

Fed considers time to end free money pledge

Insight - Greek premier prepared European ground before vote gamble

Greek premier prepared European ground before vote gamble

Fitch downgrades France's credit rating

Asian shares tread water, dollar stands tall

Solid U.S. retail sales point to brisk consumer spending

Greek minister warns of funding trouble without bailout wrapup

Airbus turbulence on profit warning

Japan exports up for third month in November, boost to economic recovery

EU's Moscovici shows support for Greek government ahead of key vote

ECB should begin bond buys quickly if inflation stays low - Visco

Investors see better private equity returns, shun hedge funds - survey

Clashes as Italian unions strike over Renzi labor reforms

Clashes as Italian unions strike over Renzi labour reforms

UK banks take the strain

Early Greek vote threatens state funds: finance minister