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IMF paints dim picture for Europe, suggests more money printing may be needed

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BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT - The International Monetary Fund warned on Monday that the euro zone's prospects were modest and that more money printing than planned may be needed.

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Britain, France see euro reform as possible 'win-win' 27 Jul 2015

PARIS - Britain and France agreed on Monday that efforts by euro zone nations to shore up the single currency after the Greek crisis could go hand-in-hand with wider reforms the UK needs to stay in the European Union.

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How, not if, to restructure Greek debt is the problem - ECB's Coeure 27 Jul 2015

PARIS - The euro zone no longer questions whether to restructure Greece's debt but rather how best to go about it, ECB Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said in a newspaper interview published Monday.

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Italy's Padoan calls for tighter euro zone integration - FT 26 Jul 2015

MILAN - The euro zone needs deeper integration to remove the risk of a member country leaving the single currency, Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan told the Financial Times in an interview on Sunday.

Germany open to discuss euro zone budget with own tax - Spiegel 26 Jul 2015

BERLIN - Germany is willing to discuss the creation of a euro zone finance minister who would have his own budget and raise extra taxes, the German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Saturday.

Germany open to discuss euro zone budget with own tax - Spiegel 25 Jul 2015

BERLIN - Germany is willing to discuss the creation of a euro zone finance minister who would have his own budget and raise extra taxes, the German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Saturday.

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Global stocks, copper fall on China, Europe growth concerns 24 Jul 2015

NEW YORK - Global equity markets dropped on Friday and copper fell to a six-year low as weaker-than-expected data from China and the euro zone exacerbated concerns over global economic growth.

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Second half of 2015 begins on shaky note 24 Jul 2015

LONDON/NEW YORK - The global economy started the second half of the year on shaky ground with China's factory sector activity contracting in July at the fastest pace in 15 months and euro zone manufacturing weaker than expected, although U.S. activity picked up. | Video

German support for Greece to stay in euro zone rises: poll 24 Jul 2015

BERLIN - A growing number of Germans want Greece to stay in the euro zone, a poll published on Friday found, after Athens reached an agreement with its creditors earlier this month to enact unpopular reforms.

ECB's Noyer says Grexit risk has subsided 24 Jul 2015

PARIS - The prospect of Greece being forced to leave the euro zone has lifted, ECB governing council member Christian Noyer said in an interview with Le Monde newspaper published on Friday.

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German business morale brightens as Greece jitters ease

BERLIN - Business confidence in Germany unexpectedly improved in July after two monthly drops as an agreement between Greece and its creditors for talks on a third bailout lifted the mood at firms in Europe's largest economy.

Froome lands second Tour title

PARIS - Briton Chris Froome won his second Tour de France title in three years on Sunday to enhance his growing reputation as a grand tour specialist.

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Pope calls for release of priest, bishops abducted in Syria

VATICAN CITY - Pope Francis on Sunday appealed for the release of an Italian Jesuit priest and two Orthodox bishops kidnapped in Syria two years ago, asking leaders to work for the freedom of all those abducted there.

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