Europe’s economy

The next independence referendum – should we stay in the EU?

Ignore warnings European firms will flee if Britain leaves the European Union, says Matthew Lynn – it’s happening already.

Good news for investors – the latest effort to save Europe has flopped

The European Central Bank’s latest plan to boost the economy has failed. That means opportunities for investors. Matthew Partridge looks at two ways you could profit.

The 'Celtic Tiger' roars again

Ireland’s growth rates resemble its glory days a decade a go.

Europeans are strangling innovation – why doesn’t the EU step in?

Instead of blocking internet-driven innovation, the European Union should be encouraging it, says Matthew Lynn.

The Catalonian question

Inspired by the Scottish independence vote, Catalonians are protesting for their right to hold a referendum. Will they get one? Simon Wilson reports.

ECB rescue: less to it than meets the eye

Mario Draghi surprised markets with a round of stimulus measures – but it was a far cry from full-blown money-printing.

Place your chips in the east

Putin is trying to reassert Russian power, with eastern Europe caught in the sanctions crossfire, but the region has potential, says Matthew Partridge.

Europe takes yet another step closer to money-printing – keep buying

The ECB’s surprise rate cut and debt-buying scheme mean just one thing for investors, says John Stepek: buy European stocks.

Germany bans taxi app Uber

US taxi app Uber has fallen foul of Germany red-tape laws.

Putin plays a surprise card

Russian president Vladimir Putin surprised markets by appearing willing to broker a ceasefire in Ukraine.

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