Coming up in Europe Weekly: deal or no deal as Greece runs dangerously close of running out of money. What next for Ukraine in the aftermath of
Greece is set to request on Thursday of its ‘loan agreement’ for another six months.
European Commission officials insist that is the same thing as
Talks between Greece and eurozone finance ministers over the country’s debt have broken down. The talks had been expected to last late into the night
Hopes faded of a quick resolution to the Greek debt negotiations on Monday as eurozone finance ministers in Brussels sought a deal on the future of
The Greek government remains firmly opposed to implementing more stringent austerity measures but Athens’ stance has renewed optimism that a deal is
Eurozone finance ministers have given Greece’s bailout a two month extension after Athens failed to agree on the necessary economic reforms to
In this edition of Real Economy we ask do some EU member states need more budget flexibility?
Italy and France have both announced budgets that
French Minister of Economy and Finance Pierre Moscovici has found the time in his first year and a half in that job to write a book about it. We
Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem is under fire from fellow EU officials over comments he made about the Cyprus bailout deal.
The Dutch Finance
Cyprus is at risk of having to leave the euro after rejecting the proposal put forward by the Eurogroup. Despite two days of talks in Moscow, Russia
Can the euro, and indeed Europe, survive the region’s current debt crisis?
One person who is well qualified to speak on that is the economist
In this week’s edition, Britain’s David Cameron vows to hold an in-out EU referendum if he is prime minister after the next general election.