Euroland

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Euroland

the geographical area containing the countries that have joined the European single currency
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While the eurozone's unemployment rate has been rising steadily for the past year as its economy struggled, the United States has seen its equivalent rate fall to 7.8 percent.
The Deputy Prime Minister said "mechanisms were in place" if the "absolute very worst happens" and the financial problems gripping the eurozone spread to the UK.
The interest rate on housing loans fell to 2.13%, compared to 2.29% in the previous month, while the Eurozone average stood at 1.61%.
With policymakers still debating whether to create a eurozone budget and deposit guarantee scheme, we should consider what the reforms introduced so far might mean for the future.
ECB purchases were substantially greater than the net issuance of new debt to fund eurozone government deficits, implying reduced exposures by existing holders of eurozone government debt.
In its first estimate for the fourth quarter, Eurostat, the European Union's statistics agency, said the eurozone had expanded by 0.6% in the September-December period from the three months before.
Eurostat, the European Union's statistics agency, said the eurozone expanded by 0.6% in the final quarter of the year from the three months before.
"Eurozone integration is at the crossroads," Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau and Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann wrote in a (http://www.sueddeutsche.de/news/wirtschaft/waehrung-notenbankchefs-fordern-gemeinsames-finanzministerium-der-eurozone-dpa.urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-160208-99-553645) joint op-ed for the German daily SAaAaAeA ddeutsche Zeitun
As we had explained in this earlier article, Greece and other European countries are tied together financially in what is known as 'Eurozone'.
Growth picked up in the fourth quarter of 2013 in the eurozone thanks to increased investment, according to data published by Eurostat, on 5 March.
However, the last two recessions have resulted in some of the highest unemployment rates on record in a number of Eurozone countries.