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.
Still no sign of a breakthrough in Greece’s talks with creditors to unlock several billion euros of bailout funds.
Europe is heading in the wrong direction. Merryn Somerset Webb talks to Roger Bootle on Britain striking out and going it alone.
The Greek government made a debt repayment to the IMF in the nick of time by tapping into its cash reserves.
Spain is just being pumped up by cheap money, says Matthew Lynn. There is little sign of a durable recovery
Merryn Somerset Webb talks to economist and author Roger Bootle about Europe’s economic disaster zone, and the advantages to Britain in pulling out.
The IMF is meeting Greece yet again to discuss its debt crisis. But anyone expecting a settlement is going to be very disappointed. John Stepek explains why.
The International Monetary Fund has poured cold water on Greece’s bailout negotiations with yet more bad news.
What exactly would happen if Greece is unable to reach a deal with its creditors has left everyone guessing.
The likelihood of Greece leaving the eurozone has risen amid signs that its government and European officials won’t be able to agree on reforms.
The probability of a Greek exit from the eurozone is higher now than it ever was. John Stepek explains why, and looks at what’s likely to happen next.