Sovereign debt among many countries in Europe is running dangerously high. If any country defaults, it poses a threat to the rest of the eurozone and to the single currency itself. And if the euro collapses, it would have enormous consequences for world markets, the global economy - and your wealth.
Mario Draghi surprised markets with a round of stimulus measures – but it was a far cry from full-blown money-printing.
The ECB’s surprise rate cut and debt-buying scheme mean just one thing for investors, says John Stepek: buy European stocks.
The Italian government has come under renewed pressure to reform as the economy lapses back into recession.
The collapse of Banco Espirito Santo has raised fears there could be other nasty surprises lurking in Europe’s banking sector.
The eurozone crisis was originally a financial crisis in Europe’s southern states. Now it’s an economic crisis covering the whole continent, says Matthew Lynn.
Germany’s faltering export industry has put the eurozone’s weak recovery under pressure.
Jitters over a Portuguese bank bring back memories of the worst of the eurozone crisis.
The latest eurozone crisis – sparked by trouble at Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo – could prove an opportunity for smart investors, says Ed Bowsher.
After a wrenching depression that wiped 26% off GDP in six years, there are glimmers of hope in Greece.
The recovery in the eurozone has lost momentum. And France’s performance has been especially disappointing.