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  • International inspectors arrive in Athens for economic review

     
    ATHENS — After months of political paralysis, international debt inspectors returned to Athens on Thursday to assess how much progress — if any — cash-strapped Greece had made in grueling attempts to fix its faltering economy. Their...
  • Spain vs Italy: An unexpected rematch for Euro 2012 Final

     
    Germany may have been the team of the tournament going into the match, but they exited with a mere whimper after a hugely disappointing 2-1 loss to Italy in the Euro 2012 semifinals. Joachim Loew's young, explosive side lost ground early in the match,...
  • EU summit produces surprise moves to bolster struggling euro

     
    European Union leaders surprised and impressed markets worldwide Friday by taking unexpectedly decisive action to boost confidence in the struggling euro common currency at a summit where little had been expected except impasse and discord....
  • France, Germany push for new European treaty

     
    France and Germany said they will press for a plan under which Eurozone countries must stick to strict spending limits or face sanctions....
  • Is a Eurozone breakup now inevitable -- and imminent?

     
    Europe enters the new week at a crucial point in its 2-year-old financial crisis, with a growing number of analysts warning that the 17-nation Eurozone is in serious danger of unraveling. What that would mean, exactly, is in large part......
  • Fed action won't stave off threats to euro or global economy

     
    The coordinated action by the Federal Reserve and five other major central banks will help dollar-strapped European banks, but analysts said it doesn’t address the fundamental problems threatening the breakup of the euro and the global economy....
  • Moody's: Every European nation now at risk on debt

     
    Throwing more logs on the Eurozone fire, Moody's Investors Service said Europe's debt crisis now is "threatening the credit standing of all European sovereigns."...
  • Gasoline prices are high for this time of year

     
    Gasoline price relief? It may feel that way in some parts of the nation. That's certainly what should be happening in Autumn, when post summer driving is mostly confined to commutes, errands and short trips. But is it really relief? History suggests...
  • Tax rate spikes don’t equate to substantial collection increases for taxing districts

     
    The property tax rate has increased 15 percent in some local taxing districts, but that doesn't mean those districts will see a boost in their …...
  • Pain at the pump continues

     
    Retail gasoline prices are on the rise again after five straight weeks of decline. The new increases are adding to the pain of historically high fuel costs for this time of year....
  • Wholesale prices rise in September on sharp increases in gas, food

     
    Wholesale prices up in September: Rising gas prices drove up wholesale prices in September by the most in five months, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. The increase was more than economists expected....
  • Food prices set to rise most in 30 years, economist says

     
    Wholesale food prices on track for largest increase in three decades, says Bruce Grindy of National Restaurant Assn....