Brian Blackstone

Wall Street Journal

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European economic correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former economics correspondent for Dow Jones

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The once-thriving Eurozone is sinking fast, with the economy contracting for the sixth straight quarter. Germany's slight recovery has failed to offset recessions in France and Italy.

Eurozone Recession Drags On

The once-thriving Eurozone is sinking fast, with the economy contracting for the sixth straight quarter. Germany's slight recovery has failed to offset recessions in France and Italy.

from To the Point

Some 247,000 Americans lost their jobs last month, but that's better than had been expected, and the  unemployment rate  actually declined by one tenth of a point, down to 9.4…

July Jobs Report May Signal a New Direction

Some 247,000 Americans lost their jobs last month, but that's better than had been expected, and the unemployment rate actually declined by one tenth of a point, down to 9.4…

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