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European officials to consider new trade with Cuba

Feb 6, 2014
What will this mean for Cuba's relationship with the U.S.?
Posted In: cuba, Europe, embargo

Germans aren't eager to commemorate WWI

Jan 14, 2014
Britain, France, and Belgium are commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of World War I this year -- without the Germans.
Posted In: Germany, WWI, Europe

Stock markets take time to reflect on 2013

Jan 14, 2014
Index futures for the U.S. are up this morning, but it's not a rosy picture in Europe.
Posted In: stock markets, index futures, Europe

Two economic powerhouses have a sit down

Jan 6, 2014
This week, the U.S. and Germany will sit down to talk economy.
Posted In: Germany, jack lew, Europe

Europe's stock market growing, but economy waiting to improve

Dec 31, 2013
European stocks are set to rise, but that's not the only measure of economic growth.
Posted In: Europe, European stock markets

European youth 'consigned to the scrapheap of unemployment'

Dec 20, 2013
Marketplace has been looking at youth unemployment in Europe. The numbers are terrifying. Among 18 to 24 year olds in Greece, 60 percent are jobless. In southern Spain, it's 74 percent.
Posted In: Europe, youth unemployment

Angela Merkel formally voted into third term as German chancellor

Dec 17, 2013
Today, the German Parliament confirmed arguably the most powerful leader in Europe for a new term.
Posted In: Angela Merkel, Germany, Europe

What does 74% youth unemployment feel like?

Dec 16, 2013
Italy's prime minister calls youth unemployment his country's "true nightmare."
Posted In: Europe, spain, Greece, European debt crisis

A government shutdown will affect jobs -- and jobs numbers

Sep 30, 2013
We might not be getting a jobs report this Friday.
Posted In: government shutdown, budget, Congress, jobs numbers, jobs report, Europe

Europe's recovery outpaces expectations, but France lags behind

Aug 22, 2013
Things may be better in Europe than we thought.
Posted In: Europe, Europe debt crisis, manufacturing

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