Europe’s economy

Emerging Europe comes of age

Central Europe is enjoying an EU-backed boom as manufacturers open facilities in countries such as Slovakia and Hungary.

A ceasefire in the trade war

There are doubts over whether Trump’s EU deal will last. Matthew Partridge reports.

The spectre of a crisis still haunts Europe

With talk of a trade war hampering equities in a region that is dependent on exports, investors are going cold on Europe.

Crunch time at Chequers

Theresa May has taken steps to end her Brexit fudge. Matthew Partridge reports.

Calling time on the supranationals

Countries are lining up to assert their sovereignty, says Merryn Somerset Webb. That’s bad news for supranational organisations.

The EU’s shrinking budget

We’ve heard a lot about how Brexit will affect the UK’s finances. But what impact will it have on the EU’s? Simon Wilson reports.

Merkel’s new migrant crisis

Germany’s deal on refugees looks like a fudge. Matthew Partridge reports.

May to force decision on trade

Even if the PM manages to unite her Cabinet, will the EU agree to her deal? Emily Hohler reports.

Greece: another serving of EU fudge

Greece is finally emerging from its financial rescue programme, but it will have to keep a tight lid on spending for years.

Rattled investors flee Turkey

Investors’ flight form Turkey, after Recep Tayyip Erdogan won last Sunday’s election, is making a nasty recession all the more likely.

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