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ANALYSIS - G20 to endorse EU crisis strategy, no new action

PARIS (Reuters) - Finance chiefs of the world's leading economies, meeting next week, are likely to deliver a strong endorsement of Europe's efforts to resolve its debt crisis but announce no fresh policies to help it do so.

ANALYSIS - G20 to endorse EU crisis strategy, no new action

PARIS (Reuters) - Finance chiefs of the world's leading economies, meeting next week, are likely to deliver a strong endorsement of Europe's efforts to resolve its debt crisis but announce no fresh policies to help it do so.

Greece is meeting austerity plan targets, PM says

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece is meeting the budget cut and reform targets set out in an austerity plan agreed with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, the debt-laden country's prime minister said on Tuesday.

More women equals more success - ECB's Tumpel-Gugerell

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - More women at top levels of central banks would lead to better policy, European Central Bank Executive Board member Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell said.

More women equals more success - ECB's Tumpel-Gugerell

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - More women at top levels of central banks would lead to better policy, European Central Bank Executive Board member Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell said.

Strikes hit Greece, Spain; ECB deadline looms

ATHENS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Strikes in Greece and Spain highlighted resistance to Europe-wide austerity measures on Tuesday as the euro and shares tumbled ahead of a deadline for banks to repay a giant European Central Bank cash injection.

Greece passes key EU/IMF test but long road ahead

ATHENS (Reuters) - International inspectors on Thursday applauded Greece's efforts to exit its debt crisis, endorsing a fresh 9 billion euro payment from an EU/IMF bailout scheme, but urged reforms in energy, banking and the public sector.

Irish pressured in eurozone "survival crisis"

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ireland came under intense pressure on Tuesday to request aid over its debt crunch in what the European Council's president called a

Ireland not at point of seeking aid - Eurogroup chair

LONDON/MADRID (Reuters) - Ireland is not close to asking for an EU rescue, Eurogroup Chairman Jean Claude-Juncker was quoted as saying on Monday, but an Irish opposition leader said moves to support Dublin were already under way.

EU, IMF to lay groundwork for Irish rescue

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to lay the groundwork for bailing out Ireland's banking sector with the IMF, but said Dublin had to decide itself whether to request the aid.