Eurozone

It is widely acknowledged that, under a monetary union, fiscal and monetary discipline have to go hand in hand [...]

20 February 2019

A decade after the outbreak of the global financial crisis, banks in the euro area have still not recovered. [...]

18 February 2019

Spain called a snap election for 28 April today after its national budget was rejected. [...]

15 February 2019

The EU should offer the UK concessions in the Brexit negotiations to avoid damaging its economy, a German think [...]

13 February 2019

Concerns are growing that another financial crisis is imminent. [...]

13 February 2019

As the Eurozone’s largest economy, Germany usually acts as a bellwether for the rest of the bloc. [...]

12 February 2019

Ireland’s Central Bank governor Philip Lane has received backing from eurozone finance ministers to become the [...]

11 February 2019

German finance minister Olaf Scholz attempted a spirited defence of his country’s economy today, insisting [...]

8 February 2019

Chinese stock markets are currently on holiday, with traders and consumers off celebrating the arrival of the [...]

8 February 2019

Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis blasted European Council president Donald Tusk today for the EU’s [...]

7 February 2019

Despite the dire predictions from the economics profession about Brexit, the UK economy is doing well. [...]

6 February 2019

The FTSE 100 finished 0.74 per cent up today, nudging just above 7,000 points to finish on 7,020.22. [...]

1 February 2019

After Tuesday’s parliamentary showdown, all eyes are on Westminster. [...]

31 January 2019

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? [...]

31 January 2019

Inflation in Germany remained flat in January as the eurozone’s largest economy issued a gloomy forecast for [...]

30 January 2019

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