Economic research consultancy Capital Economics looked at three potential Brexit deals and their effect on the economy.
With the Brexit bill agreed, the biggest barrier to trade talks is the desire to avoid a hard border in Ireland. Turning a blind eye to difficult issues might be an option, says Simon Wilson
As Angela Merkel struggles to piece together a government, a return to the status quo of 2013 looks ever more appealing.
Central and Eastern Europe has seen a dramatic turnaround in its fortunes, with unemployment down, confidence up and stockmarkets rallying.
The government offers to pay the European Union €45bn to €55bn to start the next phase of talks.
Lots of people are getting worked up about the potential £40bn-£50bn Brexit bill. But they shouldn’t, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It’s really no big deal.
Germany needs bold and decisive leadership, says Matthew Lynn. The sooner Angela Merkel departs the stage, the better.
Many of Europe’s politicians are soon to face or have recently been through elections. The results will affect the stance each country takes in Brexit negotiations. Matthew Partridge explains why.
This year’s German election was supposed to be dull and efficient. But it turned out to be very messy indeed. John Stepek looks at how that might affect your money.
After years of stagnation caused by the euro crisis, economic growth is bouncing back in Europe.
The “Irish question” continues to loom over the Brexit negotiations. Matthew Partridge reports.