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Inflation in the eurozone reaches new record high of 8.6%
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Mixed fortunes as three European economies reveal post-Ukraine invasion GDP
It's good news for some and bad for others as France, Italy and Switzerland published GDP growth figures today.
Ukraine war is 'a wake-up call' for faster transition to green energy
"No country controls the wind and the sun. Let’s make sure that this is the last time that the global economy is held hostage to the hostile actions of those who produce fossil fuels."
Brussels Economic Forum 2022: War, pandemic and climate to top agenda
Real Economy speaks to the IMF’s no2 Gita Gopinath and the EU’s Commissioner for Trade Valdis Dombrovskis about the economic fallout of Russia’s war in Ukraine. The team also look ahead to the EU's flagship economic event, the Brussels Economic Forum.
Explained: Just how dependent is the EU on Russian oil?
The bloc gets over 25% of its oil from Russia through a vast network of ports and pipelines.
After coal, the EU faces an uphill battle to ban Russian oil and gas
As EU countries agree to ban Russian coal, all eyes turn to oil and gas, Moscow's most profitable exports.
Europe rethinking its rules on government debt
The EU is rethinking the rules on public spending, debt and investment that will shape the future of Europe’s economy.
Watch: Spain & Netherlands strike surprising alliance on fiscal reform
The two countries want the EU fiscal rules to become more simple, transparent and realistic.
As the war in Ukraine rages on, Europe braces itself for stagflation
The war in Ukraine has sent inflation in the eurozone soaring, threatening the post-pandemic recovery.
Ukraine war pushes eurozone's inflation to a record 7.5%
Energy prices are once again the main drivers behind soaring inflation, recording a 44.7% rise on an annual basis.
EU relaxes state aid rules for companies impacted by war in Ukraine
Brussels first relaxed its strict state aid rules to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19. Now it's doing it again because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Public health key priority for EU citizens, reveals poll
The survey was carried out between November and December last year.
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"Europe is already a great space power", says Thierry Breton
In this Global Conversation, Euronews' Gregoire Lory speaks to EU Commissioner Thierry Breton about the vital role of Europe's space and digital sectors.
20 years on, has the euro cash currency been a success?
It was 20 years ago that euro coins and notes first appeared across the continent. Two decades on, what has the single currency meant for our economies and businesses?
Europe's COVID recovery: economy bounces back but risks remain
Europe’s economy is on track for faster than predicted growth - but could a surge in covid cases and supply chain shortages jeopardise that recovery? In this episode, Real Economy speaks to the OECD’s chief economist, to ask if we have any reason for christmas cheer.
EU agriculture reforms clear final hurdle, but doubts still remain
On Thursday the European Council rubberstamped the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms legislation, which will come into force on January 1, 2023.
Brussels urges caution despite strong economic growth forecasts
The EU Commissioner for the Economy Paolo Gentiloni delivered the European Semester Autumn Package on Wednesday. While he insisted that the worst is behind us, he still warned against the possible negative effects of the pandemic on the economy.
EU parliament gives green light to agricultural reforms
MEPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of changes to the bloc's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
Beyond the pandemic: the outlook for European small business
Climate change, digitalisaton and dealing with the ongoing disruption caused by COVID were the top topics at this year's SME Assembly in Portorož Slovenia - Europe biggest event for entrepreneurs and small business.
Car sales in Europe hit record low due to microchips shortage
A recent shortage of microchips has severely disrupted the supply chain of the automotive industry, resulting in record low sales in October.
Germans face highest inflation rates in decades as energy prices rise
Germany, along with many EU countries, is facing its highest inflation rates for many years sparking fears among many citizens
Eurozone inflation hits 13-year high amid persistent energy crunch
Prices across the eurozone rose by 4.1% in October, up from 3.4% in September.
Which country is paying people to eco-proof their holiday homes?
Italy is offering to cover 110 per cent of the costs for residents to make their homes eco-friendly and energy efficient.
Can the EU fiscal rules jump on the green bandwagon? | View
"The EU should put in place a green fiscal pact that would exclude public investment in climate protection from deficit calculations," argues economist Guntram Wolff.
European economic recovery: IMF outlook shows gradual growth
With an increase in vaccination rates, more mobility, and support schemes, Europe's economic recovery is growing stronger despite uncertainty, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Strict or flexible? Brussels kicks off debate to reform fiscal rules
The European Commission is calling for a gradual reduction of public debt but estimates the green transition will need €650 billion in annual investments until 2030.
EU spending rules need to be based on reason not faith | View
There is no real motivation beyond faith alone for Europe to stick rigidly to its current fiscal rules, says MEP Philippe Lamberts