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IMF admits disastrous love affair with the euro and apologises for the ...
The International Monetary Fund's top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an ...
IMF's Internal Watchdog Rebukes the Fund for Its Handling of Euro Crisis  Wall Street Journal (blog)
IMF bowed to political pressure in euro zone debt crisis – report  Irish Times
Euro zone growth halves as France sees sharp slowdown in spending
Data from the regional statistics body Eurostat showed euro zone gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 0.3 percent quarter-on-quarter (slowing down from a 0.6 percent expansion seen in the first three months of the year) and that unemployment in the ...
Euro zone economic growth slows in quarter before Brexit  Reuters
EUR/USD Rebound in Danger Ahead of Euro-Zone and US GDP Data  DailyFX
Euro-Area Growth Slowed Before U.K. Vote Put Outlook at Risk
Euro-area growth slowed in line with economists' projections in the second quarter, underpinning an assessment by the European Central Bank that patience is needed to judge what kind of damage Brexit will inflict on the 19-nation region.
No Eisteddfod honour for Wales Euro 2016 football team
The Wales football team's Euro 2016 success will not be honoured at the Eisteddfod because the Gorsedd's Welsh language rules will not be changed to allow it.
Wales' Euro 2016 football heroes snubbed for Eisteddfod honour because ...  WalesOnline
Italy is imploding in slow-motion — and it could signal the end of the euro
The crisis is 'the consequence of the longest and deepest recession in Italy's history', as the governor of the Italian central bank, Ignazio Visco, recently stated.
Italy's 'zombie banks' could trigger the next Euro crisis  The New Daily
Pound Falls Most in Two Weeks Versus Euro as BOE Rate Cut Looms
The pound dropped the most in two weeks against the euro as traders anticipated that the Bank of England will lower interest rates for the first time in more than seven years when it announces its latest policy decision on Aug. 4. Sterling fell versus ...
Sterling falls vs stronger euro as minds turn to BoE  Daily Mail
Aberdeen 1 Maribor 1: Jonny Hayes keeps Dons' Euro hopes alive | The Sun
Haye day Aberdeen 1 Maribor 1: Jonny Hayes keeps Dons' Euro hopes alive and kicking with a dramatic late equaliser. Irishman scored with three minutes to go to level the tie and keep Derek McInnes' side's group stage hopes burning.
NK Maribor: Everything you need to know about Aberdeen's Euro opponents  Press and Journal
Rathmullan man jailed for 7billion euro Anglo Irish Bank fraud
Rathmullan native and former Anglo Irish Bank finance director, Willie McAteer, has been jailed for three and a half years for his role in a 7 billion euro fraud at the height of the Irish banking crisis. Mr McAteer, aged 65, was jailed in Dublin on ...
Euro zone economy resilient to Brexit so far
Euro zone economic sentiment improved this month, defying expectations for a decline, and German unemployment fell more than anticipated, supporting views that the bloc has so far shrugged off the impact of Brexit.
Euro zone economic mood brightens after Brexit  The Sunday Business Post
Sam Allardyce: 'England were good enough to win Euro 2016 but they dried up'
Asked if he thought Hodgson had a good enough team to win Euro 2016, Allardyce said: “Yes, I do. I thought there was some outstanding ability.
Sam Allardyce says England had squad to win Euro 2016  SkySports
Sam Allardyce claims Roy Hodgson should have won Euro 2016 with current ...