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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar

    Talking Europe (EU) and the UK Live News and Updates !!!

    Live news updates from the European Union and the UK.

    Welcome to the Europe/UK market update. This is a thread dedicated to the news, economic events and business events that drive the EU and UK. This region is an important part of the global economy and a hot bed of market moving events. The sheer number of countries within this region is unprecedented and provides dozens of tradable indexes. This thread will feature not only updates on the EU and UK in general, but also drill down to the individual countries within the Union. The BinaryOptionsThatSuck.com team of Pros will be here daily making sure that the information you need to gain an edge on the markets is here at your fingertips. Feel free to add threads of your own, or to comment on what others have already posted.

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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    Hi Guys!! We're live and ready!!

    What's up with the EUR today??

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    French industrial production fell in January to 0.3% after rising 1.2%in the previous month, while economists predicted growth of 0.1%.

    Index of investor confidence in the euro zone rose in February to 13.3 points from 11.9 in January, while analysts expected decline to 10.3 points.

    Italian industrial production fell in January to 0.9% after rising 0.3% in the previous month. Analysts had expected an increase of 0.0%.

    Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras rejected the option that the country prompted the third package of international financial assistance. Its value is estimated at 10 to 20 billion euro, while the German Ministry of Finance has been working on it.

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    Europe may fail some banks

    The chief of the new banking regulator, Daniele Nouy, stated that banks may have to hold significant capital in comparison to their sovereign assets, a stricter approach than before.

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    The euro is under pressure because of the decision of the Constitutional Court in Germany there is a possibility that the European Central Bank had exceeded its mandate and program of buying bonds submitted the case to the European Court.

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    Industrial production in the euro zone fell in December to minus 0.7% from minus 0.2% after rising 1.6% in November.

    On an annual basis a growth rate of 0.5% in December and was expected to rise by 1.8%, following an increase of 2.8% in the previous month.

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar

    GDP increased in the euro zone !!!

    German GDP rose in the fourth quarter to 0.4% after rising 0.3% in the previous quarter, while analysts expected an increase of 0.3%.

    French gross domestic product grew in the fourth quarter to 0.3% after falling 0.1% in the previous quarter. Economists had predicted growth of 0.2%.

    French payrolls have increased in the last quarter by 0.1% after falling 0.1% in the previous quarter, which was equal to the expectations of analysts.

    Consumer price inflation in Spain fell in January to minus 1.3% from 0.1% the previous month, which was in line with analysts' forecasts.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    That's awesome, EU has a good foundation for weathering the current dip in economic activity.

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    Europe GDP Heats Up

    EU GDP expanded 0.3% in Q4, slightly faster than the 0.2% forecasted. Annualized growth hit 0.5%, its first read in 2 years. There were few declines across the region, and all the big nations had positive growth. There higher-than-expected reads in Germany and France. The data is quite encouraging for the single-currency bloc that is struggling to spur economic recovery.

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    The highest growth was recorded by European countries rising from the east. The growth rate in Poland was 0.6%, 0.6% in Hungary and Romania 1.7%. Poland is one of the few countries that avoided recession following the global financial crisis from the 2008th year.

    Greece, with a GDP decline of 2.6% in the fourth quarter, recorded a milder recession. During the 2013th years, the economy of the euro zone economy fell by 3.7%, after falling 6.4% in the 2012th year.

    Portugal has emerged from the recession with GDP growth of 0.5% in the fourth quarter, however, for the whole year its economy recorded negative growth of 1.4%.

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