Inflation rates within the Eurozone countries have seen a decrease in the previous month of August. Nonetheless, unemployment rates across the different EU countries have increased.
The coronavirus lockdowns may not have been universally popular but they have alleviated some of the ills associated with tourism such as the overcrowding of city centres and rent rises
Food growers across Europe are grappling with the ripple effects of coronavirus lockdowns that have snarled supply chains and upended demand, with many shoppers feeling the squeeze
Eurozone inflation rose to 2.2 percent in October, official data showed, moving further away from the European Central Bank's (ECB) target rate, as unemployment in the single currency zone remained stable.