Eurozone Private Sector Growth At 15-Year High

The euro area private sector grew at the fastest pace in 15 years in June driven by the improvement across manufacturing and services sectors amid the easing of the COVID-19 containment measures, final data from IHS Markit showed on Monday. The composite output index rose to 59.5 in June from 57.1 in May. The reading […]

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Eurozone Inflation Falls Below 2% In June

The euro area inflation fell below 2 percent in June as the annual growth in energy prices eased, preliminary data from Eurostat showed on Wednesday. Inflation came in at 1.9 percent in June, as expected, down from 2 percent in the previous month. The inflation rate had exceeded the European Central Bank’s target of “below, […]

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Expats Are Snubbing London, Paris and Hong Kong

London, Paris, and Rome are famed for their history, culture, and commerce. Now, they share something else in common: Expats don’t like them.  The three European capitals attracted some of the lowest rankings in a global survey of more than 15,000 people representing 173 nationalities. Concerns about health care, safety, work-life balance, and the affordability […]

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