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Germany’s Constitutional Court has gone nuclear. What happens next will shape the EU’s future ǀ View
The BVerfG has blown up more than 60 years of loyal dialogue with Luxembourg and has profoundly eroded the authority of the EU’s highest jurisdiction. This comes at a particularly sensitive time.
EU to evaluate possible infringement proceedings against Germany
Government bond-buying is at the centre of a complex legal row, bringing national and federal justice into the spotlight.
ECB's Lagarde warns coronavirus is fueling economic uncertainty
ECB's Chief Christine Lagarde says the coronavirus "adds a new layer of uncertainty" in an already fragile global economy
The work to stabilise the eurozone isn’t over. Reforms are necessary to avoid the abyss again ǀ View
Giving the EU its own resources is the only way to overcome country divisions on EU spending from national budgets.
First protest for the ECB New President
Protestors said they want the bond-buying policy to be more transparent and to go in another direction, which is to set climate-oriented goals.
Mario Draghi's final ECB meeting
Mario Draghi's final assessment on the state of the eurozone economy.
Christine Lagarde gets European Parliament approval as next ECB chief
With 394 MEPs in favour and 206 against Christine Lagarde won the European Parliament approval to lead the European Central Bank.
ECB chief Mario Draghi pledges indefinite stimulus to revive Eurozone
Seven years ago, in the very midst of the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis, Mario Draghi promised to do "whatever it takes" to preserve the euro. He now adds one more vow - to do it for as long as necessary.
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Brexit brinkmanship, new old faces and remembering WW2 in Brussels
For those of you who love to follow the Brexit drama, this week couldn't have been more gripping.Also this week, the hearings with the nominees for the EU top jobs began with arguably the most prominent candidate: Christine Lagarde, the head of the IMF. That's in this edition of State of the Union.
The Brief: Lagarde's route to the ECB
We look back at Christine Lagarde's career trajectory from French Minister to IMF chief and the issues that follow her heading into her next role.
Need a cheap mortgage rate? Try this Danish bank - it's less than 0%
Borrowers will be able to secure a -0.5% interest rate over 10 years.
Europe’s economy is slowing down
According to the preliminary Eurostat data Eurozone GDP grew 0.2% quarter-on-quarter in the April-June period, down from 0.4% in the previous three months.
ECB paves way for more stimulus in September
The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged at the meeting in Frankfurt with the main refinancing rate remaining at zero and the deposit rate at minus 0.4%.
Lagarde resigns from IMF — these Europeans could succeed her
Due to an understanding between the US and Europe, the head of the IMF has always been European, while the World Bank has always been led by an American.
16,000 evacuated in Frankfurt to defuse WWII bomb
16,000 people were evacuated from an area of Frankfurt to allow for an unexploded WWII bomb to be defused.
Is it unfair for the ECB to use interest rates to compete with the US?
A war of words has erupted between Donald Trump and Mario Draghi over Europe's efforts to boost its economy. Who's right?
Eurozone citizens were sold a lie – and now their economies are paying the price ǀ View
Why, 20 years on from the birth of the eurozone, are people so unhappy and ready to blame the European Central Bank (ECB) for the poor economic performance of their country and the absence of a bright future?
The Brief: race for the EU top job
An ex-TV presenter, a Commission insider, a former Belgian prime minister as well as MEPs are all in the running for the European Commission President when Jean-Claude Juncker's term is up later this year. Their fates depend on the European elections, and now you have the chance to question them.
Twenty years on, what's next for the euro?
From a dream project not many believed in, to the currency of 340 million Europeans. We look at the past, present and future of the euro.
European Central Bank keeps policy unchanged
The ECB is staying on track to end bond purchases this year and raise interest rates next autumn