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.
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.
Europe’s fundamental structures are getting worse, says Matthew Lynn. The eurozone is sinking deeper into trouble. Sooner or later, that will mean its demise.
Unless Greece gets more bailout money from Europe and the IMF, it will go broke in May.
Risk in the eurozone will be cast in a whole new light if Greece is allowed to ditch the euro. John Stepek explains why that could be disastrous.
If Greece can’t secure aid by mid-April, economists reckon it may crash out of the eurozone.
Britain must take action to prevent the pound becoming too strong against the euro, says Matthew Lynn. The recovery is at stake.
Austria is feeling the pain from the Swiss National Bank’s decision to unpeg the franc from the euro.
The provisional agreement for Greece’s bailout is in danger of unravelling.
Greek prime minister Alexander Tsipras has caused consternation in Europe by threatening to seize German assets. Matthew Partridge reports.