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Andrew Burns, World Bank, provides an outlook on the global economy for 2014. Growth appears to be strengthening in both high-income and developing countries, Burns says.
Global critics of Germany's large current account surplus should be careful what they wish for, the head of Germany's influential Ifo Institute said.
It’s time for the ECB to flesh out publicly its deflation strategy, the way Bernanke did for the Fed a decade ago, these NYU Stern professors argue.
Carl Weinberg, chief economist at High Frequency Economics, says the European economy will be "flat at best" in 2014, despite the consensus expecting a return to growth.
The ECB is set to allow the euro zone's top banks to meet less stringent definitions for bad loans than previously planned.
Major employers plan to recruit around 1,200 extra U.K. graduates this year, sending recruitment to a seven-year high, according to a report.
The euro zone's worryingly low inflation has spurred deflation fears, but it’s really a sign the economy is recovering, the Eurogroup's president said.
"We think that Europe has turned the corner," Deutsche Bank Asset Management's Randy Brown says.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew finished his Europe tour in Portugal on Thursday, which looked set to launch a five-year bond.
Germany's reliance on export-driven growth was a hot topic when U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew arrived in Berlin on Wednesday.
Ireland has been rewarded for sticking to its bailout plan with new waves of foreign investment – but this may not be enough to restore it to health.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has renewed calls for Europe to pursue growth-boosting policies rather than austerity in a conference in Paris.
Euro zone services and manufacturing activity expanded in December, offering hope that the region's recovery is becoming more entrenched.
Manufacturing output in the euro zone posted its strongest growth since May 2011 in December but the data point to continuing divergence in the bloc.
Despite years of speculation about which country will quit first, the euro zone will become one country bigger when Latvia joins on January, 1.
The euro zone debt crisis may be have eased in the markets this year, but analysts have told CNBC that 2014 could bring disturbance on a political front.
The former head of the European Central Bank told CNBC that global growth is set to pick up in 2014.
The creation of a new union for Europe’s banks has already been subject to more negotiations than a billionaire’s pre-nup agreement.
European leaders are beginning a two-day summit on Thursday in an attempt to sign off on a banking union deal before the weekend.
The euro zone’s plans to reshape its banking system and deal with future crises can seem like nothing more than an excuse to create new bureaucracies.