Progress, but not big breakthrough. Trying to create a budget across the 19 economies of the eurozone is always a challenge.
European Central Bank introduces new vegan-friendly banknotes as part of "Europa" roll out to fight counterfeited currency.
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?
Croatian courts are currently holding the biggest trial of the decade to determine the guilt of former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader and Hungarian industrialist Zsolt Hernadi, the Chairman and CEO of MOL Hungarian Oil, the largest foreign investor in Croatia (accused of bribing the former).
Croatia’s adoption of the euro would be an unmitigated disaster, punishing a country whose judiciary suffers from entrenched corruption that is being exploited to extend Russian influence in Europe.
On the 20th anniversary of the currency, Euronews speaks to economist Duncan Weldon about how successful the euro has been and what we can expect next from the currency.
A large majority of people in all 19 eurozone countries support the euro currency, a poll has found
A European Commission spokesperson confirmed that they have received the "revised" budgetary plan from Italy and will give their analysis on the 21st of November.
They should decide whether to begin disciplinary measures against the Rome government. Italy could face possible fines.
In the proposed State Budget for 2019, the Portuguese Government estimates a deficit of 0.2% of GDP, with the ambition of setting it at 0 % of GDP by 2020. Portugal is often praised as the good pupil of the eurozone in contrast to Italy, which plans to up spending, going against eurozone rules.
The EU Commissioner for the euro, Valdis Dombrovskis, met with the Croatian government in Zagreb today to discuss the country's prospects to join the euro.
Euro zone growth was better than expected in the second quarter, flash estimates showed on Tuesday, in a sign that the negative effects of global trade tensions might be seen only later in the year.
Greece now a "normal" eurozone country, says EU Finance Commissioner Moscovici.
The deal with Eurozone countries gives Greece ten more years to pay back over 96 billion euros
At the 20th Eurogroup meeting of Eurozone finance ministers, the Greek economy was on the agenda. They are weighing up the question of debt relief for Greece as well as the surveillance of its economy in the years to come.
Eurozone FInance Ministers will on Thursday settle the future of Greece's debt relief programme. After 8 years of austerity, the country is showing signs of progress. But Greeks abroad show no sign of coming home, according to a recent survey.
Re-watch the press conference by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Angela Merkel has been turning heads with her wide-ranging comments on how to reform the eurozone, overhaul EU institutions and deal with the migrant crisis.
Centeno plans to get backing from the International Monetary Fund for the latest euro zone debt relief offer for Greece.
Italy's new government is set to be sworn in on Friday. Alongside Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Matteo Salvini, leader of The League, will serve as Interior Minister; Luigi Di Maio, leader of Five-Star, will be Minister of Industry and Labour
How worried should Europe be if the Italian crisis is portrayed by Eurosceptics as financial markets defying the will of Italian voters?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: there may be trouble ahead for the EU and eurozone, as the political uncertainty continues in Italy; and
As political uncertainty continues in Italy, eyes turn to possible impact on EU and eurozone
For low-income eurozone countries, holding their own in comparison with richer EU neighbours is an ongoing process
After a year in office, how much progress has the French President made with his vision for a deeper Europe?
Eurozone meeting follows Jean Claude Juncker's visit to Athens, where he talked of a "clean exit" from bailout programme in summer
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Eurozone reforms might take a back seat, as the new German government settles in and resistance withing