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.
Russia’s ruble has sunk to new lows this year under the weight of international sanctions.
The eurozone is starting to resemble Japan as the currency union’s feeble recovery takes a turn for the worse.
The French economy is sliding back into recession with no reforms in sight.
Ignore warnings European firms will flee if Britain leaves the European Union, says Matthew Lynn – it’s happening already.
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.
Ireland’s growth rates resemble its glory days a decade a go.
Instead of blocking internet-driven innovation, the European Union should be encouraging it, says Matthew Lynn.