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German Economy Goes Into the Dump

Germany, the largest economy in Europe and the fourth largest in the world, is in deep trouble, and it has grown worse recently. The country's manufacturing sector continues to deteriorate, ...
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Eurozone PMI Drops to Near Recession Level

Markit's Eurozone Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) dropped to near recession levels for September. It is another sign of how close Europe's overall economy is to contraction and how perilous the ...
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Eurozone PMI Shows Modest Growth, No Recession

Markit has released its final data for the services section PMI across the eurozone. It covers the month of August. While growth is sluggish, the figure has not dropped below ...
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Eurozone PMI Rises Slightly, but Trouble Remains

Research firm Markit has posted its monthly Purchasing Managers' Index for the eurozone. A slowing world economy was reflected in the numbers, although they rose slightly from recent lows. According ...
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Eurozone Manufacturing Trouble Deepens

In a sign that Europe has been bitten by trade tensions and a slowing of the economy in several nations, new data shows that its manufacturing sector continues to shrink. ...
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Ford Sales Tumble in China, Drop in Europe

Compared to sales in the first quarter of 2018, Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) sold 23,700 fewer vehicles in the first quarter of this year. The 6.2% decline was considerably ...
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Skittish Investors Hammer Airbus on Report of US Corruption Investigation

Shares of European aircraft maker Airbus plunged as much as 10% in Paris Thursday morning following a report in Le Monde that the U.S. Department of Justice has begun an ...
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Dangerous Transport Forces Tesla to Slow Shipments to Norway

A truck hauling new Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) cars to customers in Norway recently was involved in an accident that resulted in two of the company's Model S sedans to ...
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Euro Area GDP Jumps 2.7% in Q4, Keeping Pace With US

Eurostat reported that euro area gross domestic product (GDP) rose 2.7% in the fourth quarter, compared to the same quarter in 2016. That means the growth of the once deeply ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) promoted two people who could become the chief executive officer when Jamie Dimon retires. According to The Wall Street Journal: JPMorgan Chase & Co. ...
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6 Most Important Things About Business Today

Eurozone gross domestic product rose 0.6% in the third quarter, which was the consensus among economists. Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) CEO Robert Iger will probably renew his contract again ...
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Yes, There Is a Real Cost for Brexit

If you want research covering Britain and Europe, maybe it is best to go overseas to get it. There have been costs associated with the recent Brexit vote that are ...
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UBS Signals Stronger European Corporate Profits Than US in 2017

It is no secret that there is a raging bull market right now, and 2017 has only been an accelerated year within that long-term recovery after the Great Recession. Pro-business ...
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A Tale of 2 European Bank Earnings: Barclays vs Deutsche Bank

It has been a busy day for the banking sector in Europe. On top of the European Central Bank keeping rates static, it cut its monthly bond buying in half ...
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Euro Area GDP Still Escapes Contraction in Q3

Among all the problems in Europe and the post-Brexit woes, the European Statistics agency (Eurostat) has released its first view of third-quarter seasonally adjusted gross domestic product (GDP). The preliminary ...
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