Fourth quarter eurozone GDP has come in fractionally ahead of expectations but the 0.3% drop will do little to dismiss predictions of a new recession.
The 0.3% GDP fall for the euro area beat expectations of a 0.4% drop and brought total GDP growth for the eurozone over 2011 as a whole to 1.5%. But the drop represents the eurozone's first quarterly contraction...
Calling for 'imaginative and creative' approach to negotiations
Plans for transitional 'standstill' deal
Concerns over ballooning debt
Janus Henderson recruits Columbia Threadneedle's fixed income head Cielinski amid bond team restructure
Cielinski joining firm on 1 November