TEHRAN, December 04 - EU finance ministers struggled to agree reforms to better fight against a financial crisis early Tuesday, with negotiators still at the table after more than 12 hours of talks.
News ID: 32397 Publish Date : 2018/12/04
TEHRAN, June 10-France and Germany have made progress but have yet to agree on a roadmap for euro zone reforms, a French official told Reuters after the two countries’ finance ministers and their teams held 13 hours of talks in Paris on Saturday.
News ID: 24177 Publish Date : 2018/06/10
SINGAPORE, Jan 26, 2015 (AFP) - Oil fell in Asia Monday after the anti-austerity party Syriza swept to victory in Greece's general elections, dealing a further blow to the struggling euro, analysts said.
News ID: 6116 Publish Date : 2015/01/26
TOKYO, Jan 06, 2015 (AFP) - Tokyo stocks tumbled more than 3.0 percent Tuesday continuing a global equity market selloff fuelled by political turmoil in Greece that has fanned fears over the eurozone .
News ID: 5947 Publish Date : 2015/01/06
PARIS, Jan 05, 2015 (AFP) - French President Francois Hollande on Monday urged Greece to abide by its European commitments, as the spectre of a Greek exit from the eurozone rears its head again.
News ID: 5937 Publish Date : 2015/01/05
FRANKFURT, Dec 31, 2014 (AFP) - The rise of populist parties across Europe should act as a wake-up call for governments to finally get their economies in order, a top European Central Bank official said Wednesday.
News ID: 5892 Publish Date : 2014/12/31
CAIRNS, Australia, Sept 21, 2014 (AFP) - US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Sunday called on the eurozone to do more to strengthen demand and make the structural changes needed to kick-start a moribund economy that is hampering world growth.
News ID: 5120 Publish Date : 2014/09/21
Security in Africa, energy cooperation, data protection and the eurozone 's recovery are on the menu of a joint meeting of France and Germany's cabinets in Paris later Wednesday.
News ID: 3521 Publish Date : 2014/02/19
The European Union on Tuesday raised its unemployment forecast for the 17-nation eurozone economy next year to 12.2 percent from the previous 12.1 percent.
News ID: 2596 Publish Date : 2013/11/05
Twenty years on from the Maastricht Treaty that led to the euro, the European Union's quest for an "ever-closer union" rings increasingly hollow to citizens worn down by the debt crisis.
News ID: 2519 Publish Date : 2013/10/29
Tehran, YJC. -- The dollar was under pressure on Wednesday after a weaker-than-expected US retail sales report, while euro trading focused on fresh eurozone economic growth data due later in the day.
News ID: 1878 Publish Date : 2013/08/14