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  • EU agrees on fiscal treaty, minus Britain and 3 others [Updated]

     
    Most leaders of the European Union agree to a treaty putting strict limits on government spending and borrowing. Britain is among four countries that decline to join, exposing rifts within the EU at a summit in Brussels aimed at saving the euro from its...
  • Euro falls as concerns about European deal grow

     
    Investors fled from the euro and Italian bonds as concerns grew about Europe's most recent effort to deal with its debt crisis....
  • Pain at the gas pump: Round up the usual suspects?

     
    $10 billion has been placed in the gasoline futures markets by large hedge funds and commodity pools -- and they're betting that gasoline prices will keep climbing....
  • German lawmakers approve second bailout package for Greece

     
    German lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a second bailout package for debt-ridden Greece on Monday. The victory for Chancellor Angela Merkel comes despite popular opposition in Germany to giving Greece another rescue package....
  • Most EU leaders sign treaty aimed at debt crisis

     
    REPORTING FROM LONDON -- Leaders from 25 of the European Union's 27 countries signed a new treaty on fiscal discipline Friday in a move they hope will help resolve the region's long-running debt crisis and prevent future occurrences. The agreement commits...
  • A post-elections reality check in the Eurozone

     
    Goodbye, campaign - Hello, reality. The headline in Monday's Sueddeutsche Zeitung, one of Germany's most influential newspapers, couldn't have said it better in looking at the realistic alternatives Europeans have for reining in spending to protect...
  • Greek leftists flirt with bailing on the bailout, no immediate takers

     
    Leftist politicians changed the conversation in Greece Tuesday from what further sacrifices the heavily indebted Balkan nation needs to make to stay in the Eurozone to bailing on the common currency and reneging on promises to make deeper spending cuts...
  • Pain now or pain later? Europeans prefer putting it off

     
    With more than half of the 17 Eurozone countries slipping back into recession in recent months and popular discontent reaching a crescendo, overseers of the European common currency may be more likely to heed the hurting countries' calls for stimulus...
  • Left-wing Greek leader gives up on forming a government

     
    Greece's Alexis Tsipras of the leftist Syriza party gave up Wednesday on forming a government. Tsipras had pledged to tear up the country's bailout agreements with its international creditors....
  • Euro crisis imperils recovering global economy, OECD warns

     
    Most major economies are enjoying growth and recovery after four years of turmoil but the improvements are uneven and the Eurozone crisis could spill outside Europe "with very serious consequences for the global economy," the Organization for Economic...
  • Greece in last-ditch effort to form a government

     
    Greece's president began a last-ditch effort Sunday to broker a deal for a coalition government after last week's inconclusive elections. The financially ailing nation is without a government at a time when it most needs one....