#TheCube | "Hyperinflation is too great for families to feed themselves."
Amid a political crisis and growing economic collapse, what is hyperinflation like for Venezuelans? The Cube reached out to social media users who told their stories through receipts.
As it successfully exits its eight-year-long bailout program, Euronews takes a look at how the Greek economy is faring now compared to 2010, when it first received money from creditors.
After Venezuela's president announced a sixty-fold increase in the minimum wage merchants may be forced out of business
Since the onset of the economic crisis in 2008, the working poor has emerged as a growing concern in Europe. Those who belong to this group are employed but their income isn’t high enough to maintain the typical standard of living in their society.
Minimum wage in Caracas can buy you five cups of coffee — or half a burger. But what other things can you buy with one month's pay in the South American country?
Agreement is a turning point in a country where many blame the IMF for the 2001 economic crisis
U.K. Government has sold 7.7 percent of its RBS shares at half the price they bought them for
In a special report Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to the Colombia border to witness the mass exodus of Venezuelan migrants.
Venezuela's president is criticised by neighbouring nations for his handling of the country's economic and political crisis.
Spain's former prime minister Felipe Gonzalez shares his hopes and fears with Euronews
Industry executives and ministers are meeting in Berlin to find solutions to the scandal-hit sector, under pressure from regulators, green campaigners and the courts.
Greece expects boost in tourist numbers
A 61-year-old woman has become the latest casualty of the political turmoil in Venezuela. Xiomara Soledad Escot, 61, was killed when several men on
A compensation court case against Royal Bank of Scotland has been postponed after the lender made a last-minute settlement offer to investors.
In Greece, lawmakers have voted for another round of austerity and cuts, which they hope will encourage Eurozone leaders to release a further bailout funds But the decision is an unpopular…
Thousands of soldiers have been sent to Tachira on the country's Colombian border to combat anti-government protests.
An opinion article explaining the background to the current situation in Venezuela with figures.
Thousands of indigenous Warao people, mostly hailing from the Orinoco Delta in eastern Venezuela, have fled to Brazil to seek a new life.
An agreement has been announced, paving the way for emergency funds for Athens in return for more painful reforms.
Venezuela locked in political chaos and spiralling decline
More constructive negotiations are now underway after nearly two weeks of social unrest in the French overseas territory.
There were a lot of people who were very skeptical about being in the EU because they thought it was all about politics and not funding projects that actually could help people.
Five years on from the revolution that saw the fall of the Mubarak regime, and Egypt is still on its knees.
Credit Suisse says its 2016 losses were 2.44 billion Swiss francs, it plans to cut up to 6,500 more jobs this year.
Debt-hit Greece is the only country in the EU that has seen its minimum wage fall over the last decade, new figures have revealed.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.