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Croatia takes final steps into EU with open border and euro switch
Common currency was already used for valuations and bank deposits in former Yugoslav country, which joined the EU in 2013

Shaun Walker Central and eastern Europe correspondent

02, Jan, 2023 @12:15 PM

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The Guardian view on European democracy: central bankers are villains and heroes | Editorial
Editorial: The European Central Bank is effectively deciding how much a eurozone government can spend. That can’t last for long

Editorial

22, Jul, 2022 @5:06 PM

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Why is the euro doing so badly against the dollar?
Analysis: Investors often turn to US currency in times of uncertainty and there are plenty of reasons for them to be jittery

Larry Elliott

12, Jul, 2022 @3:28 PM

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Euro banknotes to get first big redesign with 19-nation consultation
New theme being sought to replace current ‘ages and styles’ motif, says European Central Bank

Richard Partington Economics correspondent

06, Dec, 2021 @6:53 PM

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Moving on: why the EU is not missing Britain that much
On the 5th anniversary of Brexit, commentators reflect on the EU’s success at rallying together after Britain’s exit

Jennifer Rankin in Brussels

23, Jun, 2021 @4:15 AM

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Eurozone downturn and US jobless surge hit markets - as it happened
The euro area is suffering its worst contraction ever, as the French economy suffers its biggest plunge since the second world war

Graeme Wearden

30, Apr, 2020 @4:33 PM

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Italy will be Europe's canary in the coalmine for the post-Covid economy | Marchel Alexandrovich
All eyes will be on the southern European state to see if the ECB’s measures will prevent a health emergency becoming an economic one, says economist Marchel Alexandrovich

Marchel Alexandrovich

17, Mar, 2020 @7:30 AM

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Greece feeds economic recovery with tax law to lure investors
Mitsotakis government seeks foreign capital from new residents in prosperity drive

Helena Smith in Athens

07, Nov, 2019 @6:54 PM

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London Stock Exchange rejects Hong Kong takeover approach – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including reaction to Mario Draghi’s latest package to save the eurozone economy

Graeme Wearden

13, Sep, 2019 @3:58 PM

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Riven with tensions, Europe is in for a stormy and fractious autumn
As the bloc struggles to agree its future strategy, leaders remain unelected, and its budget and emissions targets are up in the air

Simon Tisdall

29, Jun, 2019 @5:03 PM

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Brussels’ failings on eurozone and Brexit | Letters
Letters: Peter Muchlinski says Brussels needs to wake up and offer a cooperative solution to Brexit. Michael Cunningham says Peter Mandelson’s endorsement of neoliberalism helped to lead us to Brexit

Letters

24, Feb, 2019 @6:05 PM

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Macron’s politics look to Blair and Clinton. The backlash was inevitable | Larry Elliott
The French president has cut taxes for the rich but maintained austerity. It’s a failed formula, says Guardian economics editor Larry Elliott

Larry Elliott

06, Dec, 2018 @6:00 AM

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