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  • Shades of France

    Shades of France's notorious Third Republic! The latest French government has been summarily dismissed after only six painful months. It was certainly time for a change. President François Hollande's poll ratings have plumbed new depths at 17 percent, while Prime Minister Manuel Valls had lost 9 percentage points in one month, down to 36 percent. With his usual indecision, the President has instructed Mr. Valls to go back and form a new government to carry on the same policies -- the third in the space of one year -- but excluding the trouble-makers who provoked this crisis.
  • EU summit produces surprise moves to bolster struggling euro

     
    European Union leaders surprised and impressed markets worldwide Friday by taking unexpectedly decisive action to boost confidence in the struggling euro common currency at a summit where little had been expected except impasse and discord.

    Confidence teetering in Eurozone, economists warn

     
    Global Focus: It's been more than two decades since the Iron Curtain fell and Europeans embarked on an ambitious mission to build a powerful economic, political and social union in place of the Cold War divide. And for more than two decades, Germans...

    Struggling euro nations jockey for central bank intervention

     
    Debates over austerity measures in Spain, Italy and Greece served as silent pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) to do something at its Thursday board meeting to boost investors' confidence in the government bonds Italy and Spain need to float to...

    European Central Bank doesn't act, disappointing markets

     
    European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi vowed Thursday that the euro common currency is "irreversible," but the bank's decision to not ease borrowing costs for heavily indebted Eurozone members such as Spain and Italy drove markets into renewed turmoil.