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  • New data add to worries about European economies

     
    With European leaders squabbling over how to revive their withering economies, new market indicators Thursday showed the steep challenge they face, including signs that even powerhouse Germany may be heading for trouble....
  • Eurozone crisis: A love-hate relationship imperils the currency

     
    Global focus: The Irish voted "with a heavy heart" this week to tough out the hardships of remaining a member of the Eurozone. Greek and French voters protested the pain of austerity by throwing out leaders who had been slashing jobs and services to...
  • British ministers join soccer boycott that is riling Ukraine

     
    British ministers pledged Thursday to boycott the early games in the upcoming Euro 2012 soccer tournament over concerns for jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, despite Ukrainian pleas that soccer and politics shouldn't mix....
  • Europe ponders 'banking union' to avert further euro crises

     
    European leaders called Wednesday for the 17-nation Eurozone to create a "banking union" to collectively stabilize struggling financial institutions and protect national governments from taking on excessive debt to bail out their banks....
  • Euro 2012 TV Schedule

     
    Can Anyone Sink Spain In Euro 2012? As it was four years ago, the 2012 UEFA European Championship (June 8-July 1) is Spain’s to lose. The defending European and World Cup champions are the favorites heading into the quadrennial tournament, held this...
  • Spain's borrowing costs rise, stocks sink following bank rescue

     
    MADRID -- Spain's borrowing costs flirted with record highs Monday and stock prices sank on the first trading day since Madrid agreed to give $24 billion of taxpayers' money to rescue its largest real estate lender. The country's prime minister vigorously...
  • 4 top European leaders back $163-billion growth package

     
    Leaders of the four major Eurozone countries agreed Friday to push for a $163-billion growth package, a week before a planned European summit considered crucial to the future of the monetary union....
  • Germany, Greece at it again, with a twist -- it's Euro 2012 soccer

     
    At odds off the field over the euro crisis, Greece and Germany will fight it out Friday night in a soccer match featuring their national teams in the quarterfinals of the Euro 2012 tournament. The two countries face off in Gdansk, Poland as their...
  • IMF warns euro crisis at 'critical stage,' urges swift action

     
    The International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that the Eurozone crisis has reached a "critical stage" and expressed fears for the future of the common currency unless the 17 nations that use it swiftly integrate their banking and fiscal policies....
  • Greece's pro-euro vote spurs talk of relief on bailout conditions

     
    Global Focus: With mainstream politicians poised to retake control of the Athens government, Eurozone and global financial leaders have begun to signal some willingness to ease the biting pain of austerity measures that drove Greeks to the brink of...
  • Euro 2012 Quarterfinals begin Thursday, June 21 on ESPN

     
    Well, I don't know about you, but my Euro 2012 bracket is shot. Small price to pay for what has turned out to be one hell of a tournament. Here are some stray thoughts on the Euro so far. (Or you can skip straight to the Group Stage results and...