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As the financial crisis continues to sweep the world, Jean-Claude Trichet says goodbye to European Central Bank.
Finance ministers and central bankers say new recession "unlikely" as IMF and World Bank annual meeting gets under way.
Banking stocks among worst performers as political and legal tests threaten Europe's efforts to resolve debt crisis.
Move aimed at cushioning impact of malaise that is threatening to grip Italy and Spain and endangering euro's future.
Declining bond prices in Spain and Italy may prompt the European Central Bank to resume buying government bonds.
In order for the euro to survive, member states must strengthen their union.
Portugal likely to become the third eurozone country to need a bailout after prime minister quits over austerity plan.
French president tells Davos forum he and Germany will not let the euro fail amid concern over the currency's future.
Just before a gathering of European leaders on Thursday, protests rage and debt crises remain unresolved.
Germany and France announce closer co-operation on tax and labour policies, but reject call to increase EU bailout fund.
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