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Italy's Monti warns against euro being EU 'break-up factor'

The euro must not become a "break-up factor" that pits northern Europe against crisis-choked nations in the south of the continent.

Italy's Monti warns against euro being EU 'break-up factor'
Eurozone fears shadow Merkel's arrival in Canada
Eurozone fears shadow Merkel's arrival in Canada

German leader Angela Merkel held talks Wednesday with her Canadian counterpart on a first-ever bilateral visit shadowed by eurozone fears and Ottawa's refusal to wade into relief efforts.

Eurozone fears shadow Merkel's arrival in Canada
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Turkish economic miracle woos German businesses

As Europe battles its never-ending debt crisis, Turkey, with its flourishing economy, is increasingly attracting the attention of German companies, as well as German-born Turks in search of a job.

Turkish economic miracle woos German businesses
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Commodity prices mostly fall on lack of stimulus measures

Global commodity markets mainly fell in subdued trade this week as investors expressed disappointment at the lack of central bank action to kick-start the struggling global economy.

Commodity prices mostly fall on lack of stimulus measures
Eurozone must take 'decisive' measures, Obama says
Eurozone must take 'decisive' measures, Obama says

US President Barack Obama said Monday that the eurozone is not buckling under the weight of the debt crisis, but that "decisive steps" have yet to be taken.

Eurozone must take 'decisive' measures, Obama says
Markets panic as eurozone faces turbulent summer
Markets panic as eurozone faces turbulent summer

The world market panic that started the week looked all too familiar: an alarming reminder of last summer's financial storm brought on by the eurozone debt crisis.

Markets panic as eurozone faces turbulent summer
Moody's cuts Germany outlook
Moody's cuts Germany outlook

Moody's took the first step toward stripping Germany of its coveted AAA credit rating on Monday, cutting the outlook for Europe's largest and most pivotal economy to "negative."

Moody's cuts Germany outlook
France's Hollande, UK's Cameron laugh off differences
France's Hollande, UK's Cameron laugh off differences

French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron tried Tuesday to laugh off a rocky start to their relationship despite lingering differences over the eurozone crisis.

France's Hollande, UK's Cameron laugh off differences
Eurozone offers Spains 30 bn euros for banks
Eurozone offers Spains 30 bn euros for banks

Eurozone finance ministers agreed Tuesday to offer Spain 30 billion euros this month to help its distressed banks as they raced to stay ahead of market scepticism.

Eurozone offers Spains 30 bn euros for banks
New Greek government wins confidence
New Greek government wins confidence

Greece's coalition government breezed through a largely symbolic confidence vote late Sunday, winning the tough mandate of tackling a two-year-old crisis and keeping the country safely in the eurozone.

New Greek government wins confidence