Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi faces an up-hill challenge in pushing through tough economic reforms.
Europe’s banks have undergone another round of health tests, with worrying results for Italy.
Yet another recession in the eurozone looms, as German economic growth stumbles.
Britain may well be less productive than other European countries, says Bengt Saelensminde. But that’s something we should celebrate.
Switzerland is planning to vote on the country’s gold reserves. Dominic Frisby explains why the result could send the gold price soaring.
The eurozone’s problems all stem from the single currency, says Bengt Saelensminde. What Europe needs is a handicapping system.
The French economy has showed signs of moving in the right direction with reforms.
Turkey’s mistrust of American foreign policy in Syria has put its ceasefire with Kurdish rebels at risk.
A third recession in the eurozone could be on the cards, economic data continues to disappoint.
There are plenty of things that could be to blame for the markets’ current slump. But one thing stands out, says John Stepek. The eurozone crisis is back.