Spain’s general election produced an uncertain result, with nobody able to form a majority government. That could lead to more turmoil in the eurozone. John Stepek explains why.
Greece's interminable debt crisis
Jonathan Loynes and Jennifer McKeown, economists at Capital Economics, look at the key issues and challenges of a Grexit, and explain how it might be best managed.
Mario Draghi has surprised markets by cutting rates by less than expected, and extending, rather than increasing, the QE programme. Is it a sign of economic recovery, or complacency?
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.
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.
European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi has been dropping hints he may speed up the printing presses. Matthew Partridge explains why, and reveals the best way to profit.
Syriza, led by Alexis Tsipras, was returned to power despite polls predicting a close run-off with the conservative New Democracy party.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is still likely to lead the next government, with one poll giving him an approval rating of 61%.
Snap elections have been scheduled for 20 September. What does this mean for Greece and the future of the single currency, asks Matthew Partridge.
Greece and its creditors, the IMF, the European Central Bank and the European Union, have agreed a draft €86bn, three-year bailout.
The Greek stockmarket, closed this the latest crisis, reopened this week and promptly plunged.