Angela Merkel’s stance on immigration could spark a leadership challenge from disgruntled fellow minsters. And the prospect of that could boost European stocks. Matthew Partridge explains why.
It’s looking like the European Central Bank is gearing up to increase the pace of its European money-printing programme.
The political fallout is likely to be huge – but what does the upheaval mean for markets and economies? John Stepek explains.
Markets have a habit of shaking off tragedies. But with Europe, says John Stepek – this time it’s different.
David Cameron launched his European renegotiation this week, says Emily Hohler. But his demands have been criticised for being too modest.
The notoriously inefficient and divided Italy has managed to drive through a huge reform of its parliament.
Those who compare the Scottish referendum to the EU referendum are wrong. John Stepek explains why.
A coalition of the left has ousted Portugal’s conservative government of Anibal Cavaco Silva – can it survive?
While the Greek debt crisis rumbles on, Portugal may be the next country to fall out with Brussels. Matthew Partridge explains why, and what it all means for investors.
A different President Erdogan is in charge now, notes Matthew Partridge. One that believes in ‘majoritarian’ rule.
There may be less than there appears to be to Spain’s growth miracle.