It’s the vote that could either plunge Italy into a fresh crisis and threaten its future in the eurozone, or hand the country a once-in-a-generation chance to streamline government and speed up…
The UK's largest supermarket chain Tesco and one its major suppliers, Unilever, have settled a price war on more than a dozen products.
Joseph E. Stiglitz is a titan of world economics, the fourth most-cited, and extensively published and translated. The Nobel prizewinner holds positions in several of the world's leading universities,
Eurozone business growth fell in September to the weakest in 21 months, with companies concerned about the economic outlook and political uncertainty.
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Italian police have seized more than seven million euros in fake banknotes.
The European Central Bank has unveiled the design and high-tech security features for the 50 euro banknote - the most widely counterfeited bill - before it goes into circulation next April.
A few regular bus routes may be late on Monday morning in Dublin after a group of drivers won Friday’s euromillion jackpot of nearly 24-million euros.
Eurozone officials are discussing whether to pay another chunk of aid to Greece amid talk about granting the country some debt relief. The Greek
The European Central Bank will stop issuing 500 euro notes on concerns over use by terrorists and criminals, but they will be phased out only from 2018 due to resistance from Germany.
This edition of The Real Economy turns the spotlight on the hotly debated issue of deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). What does it
Maithreyi Seetharaman, euronews: Are you hearing any criticism of the fiscal board not having enough teeth, the Competition Board not making sense
The EU's statistics agency has revealed that eurozone inflation has been flat in the year up to March.
Eurozone inflation stayed in negative territory but core figures, which strip out volatile food and energy prices, gained traction.
The blame game is underway in Bangladesh after computer hackers stole the equivalent of 73 million euros from the central bank and nearly got away with 10 times as much
Eurozone economic sentiment deteriorated in February, pulled down by more pessimism in industry, the service and retail sector and among consumers and financial services.
Finance ministers are calling on the European Central Bank (ECB) to look at ways of tightening access to 500 euro notes, in a bid to cut terror
This edition of Business Planet looks at how innovative entrepreneurs can have an edge when it comes to securing public contracts.
Greece on Tuesday recalled its ambassador to the Czech Republic back to Athens for consultations following a sharp increase in tension with
Amid the dark talk of debt crises, the huge oil surplus, growth slowdowns and currency problems there is some light and seasonal cheer – at least in
A crucial monetary policy meeting of the European Central Bank this week could have a profound effect on the markets and particularly on the value of
The new 20 euro notes come into circulation on Wednesday, incorporating new technological developments that are said to make forgery harder. They
Worldwide tributes to the victims of the Paris terror attacks extended to Wall Street, where investors saw little long-term economic impact. Shares
The world’s largest mobile operator, Britain’s Vodafone, has reported a better-than-expected increase in revenue growth in the second quarter. Its
The EU has withheld the latest two billion euro tranche of aid to Greece, destined to pay civil service salaries, because allegedly Athens has fallen
The Greek parliament has approved reforms needed to unlock two billion euros of bailout aid. However several measures still have to be agreed with
Welcome to Business Middle East. This week we look at repercussions of the European Central Bank meeting, and Abu Dhabi starts a new challenge
Ireland has become the latest eurozone country to phase out one and two-cent coins from circulation. It joins six other European nations to move away
The word is out that bearing in mind the shaky state of the Eurozone economy the ECB may be thinking about opening the money taps wider. Analysts