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Eurozone inflation surged to its highest in four years last month. Consumer prices in the 19 countries using the euro rose by 2.0 percent...
At the weekend, Italy voted "No" in a national referendum, forcing its Prime Minister to resign. What does the result mean for Italian property?
The UK may be about to decide whether to remain in the EU, but buyers are still in love with European property, reveals new research from TheMoveChannel.com.
Finland's Erkki Tuomioja said in an interview with Britain's Daily Telegraph that his country already has an "operational plan" for all eventualities.
Buyers are seeing the bright side of Greece's euro tragedy, according to TheMoveChannel.com's latest Top of the Props report. The eurozone crisis continues to spread waves of uncertainty across the continent, but Greece and Cyprus fought back against the tide in May as demand for each country's property increased, propelling them both into the overseas portal's top 10 destinations.
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, is keeping up the pressure on world leaders and urging them not to become complacent.
Low property prices in crisis hit Eurozone countries may not be worth the risk, a leading overseas property agent has warned.
Ireland’s property may be suffering, but one man has shown that good things can come out of the European crisis: Frank Buckley built a home out of decommissioned euro notes worth €1.4bn as a comment on the deficit caused by the single currency. But according to some brokers, the declining euro could actually be good news for house hunters...
European stock markets have opened slightly higher following falls in Asia after Standard & Poor's (S&P) cut the credit rating for France and a number of other European countries.
France and Germany have reaffirmed their commitment to reform the eurozone, after ratings agency Standard and Poor's put most of the zone on "credit watch" over debt crisis fears.