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  • IMF warns euro crisis at 'critical stage,' urges swift action

     
    The International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that the Eurozone crisis has reached a "critical stage" and expressed fears for the future of the common currency unless the 17 nations that use it swiftly integrate their banking and fiscal policies....
  • Greece's pro-euro vote spurs talk of relief on bailout conditions

     
    Global Focus: With mainstream politicians poised to retake control of the Athens government, Eurozone and global financial leaders have begun to signal some willingness to ease the biting pain of austerity measures that drove Greeks to the brink of...
  • Euro 2012 Quarterfinals begin Thursday, June 21 on ESPN

     
    Well, I don't know about you, but my Euro 2012 bracket is shot. Small price to pay for what has turned out to be one hell of a tournament. Here are some stray thoughts on the Euro so far. (Or you can skip straight to the Group Stage results and...
  • Eurozone unemployment climbs to record high in May

     
    Unemployment in the 17-nation Eurozone climbed to another record high in May, reflecting deep public sector job cuts and a lack of employer confidence in the most indebted, recession-wracked countries that use the euro common currency....
  • Indian intelligence agency files case against suspected militant

     
    India’s National Investigation Agency on Thursday filed a case against Syed Zabiuddin Ansari, making it the latest group keen to interrogate, prosecute or otherwise get its hands on the alleged handler of the 2008 Mumbai attack, who was arrested...
  • 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....
  • Eurozone officials finalize terms of Spain bank bailout

     
    Finance ministers from the Eurozone on Friday finalized the terms of a massive bailout package for Spain's ailing banking system. Rescue loans worth up to $122 billion will be made available to Spain's banks, which have been hit hard by the country's...
  • Confidence teetering in Eurozone, economists warn

     
    Global Focus: It's been more than two decades since the Iron Curtain fell and Europeans embarked on an ambitious mission to build a powerful economic, political and social union in place of the Cold War divide. And for more than two decades, Germans...
  • Food FYI: U.S. drought to push food prices higher

     
    Food FYI: U.S. drought to push food prices higher...
  • European Central Bank doesn't act, disappointing markets

     
    European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi vowed Thursday that the euro common currency is "irreversible," but the bank's decision to not ease borrowing costs for heavily indebted Eurozone members such as Spain and Italy drove markets into renewed turmoil.....