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Prices Are an Ocean Apart...For Now

Price movements have grabbed the headlines in recent weeks. Commodity prices are falling, and as always, there are various arguments about the reasons this time. The implications are serious, so the debates are warranted. But the more pressing issue is recent movement in the general price level. Overall price growth has weakened lately, and there is renewed worry about disinflation and deflation (the dreaded Ds). Five years beyond the crisis, and we are still worried about this? What's going on?
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Island Of Tranquility?

BRUSSELS - Cyprus secured a package of rescue loans in tense, last-ditch negotiations early Monday, two EU diplomats said, saving the country from a banking system collapse and bankruptcy.The cash-str...
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Eurozone Unemployment At Record High

BRUSSELS - Unemployment in the 17-country eurozone unexpectedly spiked to 10.7 per cent in January, its highest rate since the euro was established in 1999, while inflation pushed beyond the European...
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Not Gonna Take It Anymore

FRANKFURT - A top European Central Bank official has publicly discussed the reasons for his surprise resignation, saying he is not satisfied with the direction Europe's currency union has taken.Juerge...