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French start-ups are optimistic despite the economic gloom. Here’s why
Almost 40 per cent of French start-up CEOs believe their revenue will at least double this year, according to an EY and France Digitale survey.
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Europe's week: Energy woes continue and Queen Elizabeth II dies
Here's a look at the top stories from Europe this week.
The Global Energy Crisis And Polish Coal
As winter looms, coal is expensive and scarce in the Polish city of Walbrzych and illegal mines have sprung-up.The government has made 2.4 billion euros of financial aid available. But critics say the money should be prioritise the poorest families.
Portugal announces €2.4 billion inflation support package
Prime Minister António Costa said helping struggling families is important, but insisted it must be done responsibly.
Why Europe faces an energy crisis and what is being done about it
What you need to know about Europe's energy crisis and what you can do to keep your bills in check this winter.
Is the global economy sliding into recession and what could it mean?
Escalating inflation, the war in Ukraine and low consumer confidence are spelling headwinds for the global economy.
Euro sinks to twenty-year low against US dollar
The euro fell below $0.99 as gas supply issues spark fears of a recession in the European Union
Heating restrictions leave Spanish bar owners cold
Spain aims to meet EU energy-saving targets with restrictions on heating and air conditioning. But bars and restaurants fear losing business as a result
Third German relief package approved after hours of negotiations
The German Chancellor hopes to skim off the windfall profits from energy companies to help pay for plan. The so-called excess profits tax has also been discussed at the European level for weeks. Olaf Scholz says he hopes it'll make a massive difference in people's ability to deal with rising costs.
These are the most expensive, energy-hungry appliances in your home
We take a look at how energy is used in a typical household, which appliances use the most power, and how much this could be costing you.
Europeans worry cost of living crisis will cause social unrest: survey
Conducted by pollster YouGov for the non-profit organisation More in Common, the survey showed that cost of living has become the most important issue for people in France, Germany, Poland and the United Kingdom.
Spain to cut VAT on gas to help with soaring prices
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says the measure will come into force from October until December but could be extended.
Eurozone annual inflation hits a record at 9.1% in August
Inflation in the euro area hit another record in August at 9.1%, fueled by soaring energy prices mainly driven by Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Record inflation in Europe: How does each country compare?
Eurozone inflation hit a fresh record in August of 9.1 per cent, driven by surging energy prices. Here's what the picture looks like across Europe.
'Summer of discontent': Soaring inflation fuels strikes in the UK
"We've not had anything like this since the late 1970s," one expert told Euronews.
London bus drivers strike for second time in August as inflation soars
Inflation is rising at a higher rate in the UK compared to much of the rest of Europe, and with further scheduled transport strikes set for next week, others are also threatening industrial action.
Bitcoin and other cryptos drop as interest rates rise
Bitcoin prices are now down more than 50 per cent from a year ago.
What is shrinkflation, skimpflation and stagflation?
As economic panic sets in, many are worried about inflation and especially stagnation and are fed up with skimpflation. But what do these terms mean?
The tech solutions to a warming world and the energy crisis
These technologies can help cool down and warm our homes in a greener and cheaper way. But experts say sometimes the solution is far simpler.
UK faces 80% hike in energy bills as regulator raises price cap
Ofgem's move will see average annual household bills soar to £3,549 pounds (€4,204).
Europe's energy crisis haunts the euro as it tumbles to 20-year low
A new spike in energy prices has added to fears of recession, with manufacturing surveys due on Tuesday expected to highlight the damage done to activity.
What is 'cashstuffing,' the latest money-saving TikTok trend?
The generations born in the digital age are turning to an old-fashioned practice for saving money.
Turkey lowers interest rates as inflation hits 80 percent
In a statement following a monetary policy committee meeting, the country's national bank said it decided to reduce the policy rate from 14% to 13%.
Can a career move help with the rising cost of living?
With prices soaring, is now the time to switch jobs or even careers?
Could Australia clamp down on cryptos? Regulators hope so
Nearly half of Australian retail investors owned cryptocurrency in late 2021 and more got their information from YouTube videos than from financial advisers.
Amid inflation and a cost of living crisis, is cash making a comeback?
As prices rise, the UK Post Office has seen record levels of cash withdrawals. But does this mean people are turning more to cash and away from cards?