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Switzerland's minimum wage

22 April 2014

On May 18, Swiss voters will decide whether their nation should have the world’s highest minimum wage.

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Bond Prices Say Crisis is Over

12 March 2014

Bond traders are telling the financial markets that Europe’s sovereign debt crisis is history.

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Europe's shared growth

17 February 2014

The latest European economic growth figures suggest a narrowing gap between the performance of core nations and those on the periphery.

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The Ogre Stalking the Eurozone

21 January 2014

The European Central Bank’s (ECB) goal is to limit inflation in the eurozone to 2% a year. With eurozone inflation estimated at an annual 0.8% in December, is it doing its job too well?

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Europe's Carbon Permit Glut

08 January 2014

The best efforts of the European Union to limit greenhouse gases through financial incentives, by giving carbon emissions a monetary value and enabling them to be freely traded, have been derailed by the continent’s economic slowdown.

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