Western Europe statistics and forecast report 2003-2012

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Stocks begin to push higher

U.S. stocks turned modestly higher in late-morning trading, after an initial sell-off, as concerns about Europe’s debt crisis and the future of the U.S.

Stocks headed for more losses

U.S. stocks were headed for another day of losses Friday, as worries of a global slowdown and Europe’s debt crisis sparked a second sell-off in global markets.

World stocks plunge on growing recession fears (AP)

AP – Global stocks slid again Friday as fears of a possible U.S. recession combined with ongoing worries over Europe’s debt crisis, which is stoking acute fears over the continent’s banking sector.

World stocks plunge on growing recession fears (AP)

AP – Global stocks slid again Friday as fears of a possible U.S. recession combined with ongoing worries over Europe’s debt crisis, which is stoking acute fears over the continent’s banking sector.

World stocks plunge on growing recession fears (AP)

AP – Global stocks slid again Friday as fears of a possible U.S. recession combined with ongoing worries over Europe’s debt crisis, which is stoking acute fears over the continent’s banking sector.

Asian stocks sink on fresh fears of US recession (AP)

AP – Stock markets in Asia opened sharply lower Friday amid signs of a possible U.S. recession and renewed worries over the financial health of Europe’s banks

U.S. ‘dangerously close’ to recession – Morgan Stanley report

A pessimistic report on the global economy from Morgan Stanley — particularly about the United States and Europe — sent the world’s stock markets tumbling Thursday.

Asia stocks muted as mixed economic signs weighed (AP)

AP – Asian stock markets were mixed Wednesday as investors weighed weaker-than-expected economic growth in the 17 countries that use the euro against data showing that U.S.

Summary Box: Stocks fall on European worries (AP)

AP – THE TROUBLES: Economic growth slowed across Europe last quarter, and the leaders of France and Germany tried to calm concerns about the region’s debt troubles by pushing for long-term political solutions.