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The single currency bloc has already been destabilised by Cyprus and now faces fresh uncertainty if Lisbon cannot find new savings to meet the conditions of its €78bn (£66bn) bail-out.
Yen sinks to four-year low on Japan stimulus
Japan's currency on Monday slipped to its lowest level against the dollar in almost four years, as the country's central bank embarked on its latest aggressive round of stimulus measures.
Mervyn King was 'complacent' about banking crisis, book claims
Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, arrogantly believed the UK could “easily weather” a banking crisis as the storm gathered in the summer of 2007, according to a new book.
Portugal austerity plan frays, US loses patience with Europe
The ratings agency said the shock decision has exposed the “institutional limits” faced by Portugal’s leaders as they try to meet EU-IMF demands for retrenchment. “The ruling could be interpreted as saying that all public spending cuts that affect civil servants are unconstitutional. This raises concerns about how the government would implement further cuts. If that interpretation is correct, the ruling represents a setback,” it said.
There are never any final victories in politics
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Margaret Thatcher 'changed the economy of the world'
Baroness Thatcher’s “favourite businessman”, Lord Young, led tributes from a raft of Britain’s corporate leaders, saying the former Prime Minister “changed the economy of the world”.
Housing market 'at three-year high', says RICS survey
Activity in the UK housing market has hit a three-year high, surveyors report, supporting hopes of a revival that would help the economic recovery.
Eurozone slowdown no longer biggest threat to Asia growth
Heightened political tensions have overtaken the eurozone debt crisis and US fiscal shock as the biggest threats to the developing economies in Asia, according the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Bank of England has 'no new toys to play with' to boost economy
The Bank of England has "no new toys to play with" to boost the economy, rate-setter Paul Fisher has said, despite being handed a more flexible remit by Chancellor George Osborne last month.
Manufacturing rebound calms triple dip fears
A strong rebound in manufacturing in February appeared to have killed off fears of a triple dip recession, but the country’s weakening trade position took the gloss of an otherwise improving economic outlook.
UK manufacturing rebounds, trade gap widens - reaction
US industrial output rose more than expected in February driven by a rebound in manufacturing, while the goods trade deficit grew to £9.42bn from £8.17bn, according to the ONS. This is how economists' reacted:
US economy still has far to go, says Bernanke
Head of the US Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke has dimmed the prospect of tighter monetary policy in coming months as he warned that the world's biggest economy remains far from satisfactory.
To blame Margaret Thatcher for today's problems is to misunderstand history
Given that it is now 23 years since she left office, it is absurd for Lady Thatcher’s opponents to still be blaming her for Britain’s economic woes.
Soros tells Germany accept eurobonds or quit euro
George Soros, the billionaire investor, has urged Germany to reverse its position on eurobonds or consider leaving the single currency, as he suggested that the euro's prospects would be improved if its most powerful member were to quit.
George Osborne needs a little of Margaret Thatcher's luck
Margaret Thatcher was bold, single-minded, and – in the words of George Osborne – an “optimist about the human spirit”. Beyond that, though, she had what Napoleon famously believed was a great leader’s most essential quality. She was lucky.
Europe 'falling behind US and blighted by energy costs'
Europe is falling dangerously far behind the US in productivity growth and is blighted by crippling energy costs, the pan-EU industry federation has warned.
Barack Obama proposes budget targeting millionaires
Barack Obama has proposed raising taxes on millionaires as part of a budget that the White House said would cut the US deficit by $1.8 trillion (£1.2 trillion) in a decade.
UK growth back at trend rate, OECD says
Britain is on track to recover to its long term growth rate of around 2pc later this year, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
North-South divide continues as industrial production falls in Italy and Spain
The eurozone's woes continued on Wednesday after Italian and Spanish industrial production data showed sharp falls, suggesting that the bloc's third and fourth largest economies are still mired in recession.
Slovenia could avoid full-blown bail-out: IFF
Slovenia would benefit from EU intervention that stops short of a fully fledged bail-out, according to the influential Institute of International Finance (IIF).
French failure to reform threatens euro, warns Brussels
France, the eurozone's second biggest economy, has been singled out for harsh criticism by the European Commission with a warning that low French competitiveness and high debt threaten the EU's single currency.
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