The Greek economy is finally growing again, after a seven year slump to rival America’s Great Depression.
There are many issues the British public could have a say on. Matthew Lynn proposes five topics that should be put to a public vote.
Recession in the eurozone threatens to take the shine off Britain’s own recovery. Emily Hohler reports.
Europe is a mess. But Mario Draghi has yet to ‘do whatever it takes’ to fix it. Matthew Partridge looks at the ECB’s options and how they affect you.
Swiss citizens are set to decide whether the central bank should be forced to increase its gold reserves. The prospect is making markets anxious. Why? Simon Wilson reports.
The Russian rouble has slumped to an 11-year low, as foreign capital flees the country.
The collapsing rouble has caused problems for Russian banks, affecting the country’s economy.
ECB boss Mario Draghi has lifted investors’ hope of money printing – expect European QE some time next year.
Forget the EU’s grand ambitions, says Bengt Saelensminde. To see how a free trade zone should really function, look to the east.
Catalonia is going to have to make a decision on its future sooner or later. That could lead to unrest in the eurozone, says Matthew Lynn.