European equities closed lower on Thursday, as Greece remained in the spotlight and following a spike in bond yields after ECB comments.
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The U.K. central bank kept monetary policy unchanged, as analysts pondered when interest rates might finally be raised.
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Greece's economy and its banking sector are feeling the strain of the reforms-for-rescue deadlock between Athens and its international creditors.
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A Greek compromise deal is not helpful because of structural issues in the country, Generali CEO Mario Greco said.
European equities closed higher on Wednesday after the European Central Bank (ECB) held its key interest rates unchanged.
The European Central Bank upgraded its inflation forecast for 2015 on Wednesday, after holding interest rates at record lows.
ECB President Mario Draghi quelled fears of an earlier-than-expected end to its bond-buying plans, as he upgraded short-term inflation expectations.
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French economy minister tells CNBC that Greek PM will have to 'take his responsibilities and propose measures to meet his commitments.'
Market watchers who assume the fallout from the Greek debt drama will be limited may be in for a nasty surprise, Yale's Stephen Roach says.
The OECD has warned that a default by Greece or its exit from the euro area risks derailing the whole euro zone's recovery.
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Retail sales rose and unemployment fell in April, the EU's statistics office data showed, adding to signs of economic recovery.