21.07.14 @ 09:22
Germany and France are locked in a tussle about who should be the next EU economic affairs commissioner, a decision that will send a key symbolic message.
23.06.14 @ 10:15
04.06.14 @ 18:39
04.06.14 @ 07:53
03.06.14 @ 11:03
15.07.14 @ 09:27
ECB boss Mario Draghi urged EU leaders not to meddle with the bloc's rules on debt and deficits on Monday, warning that it could turn the tide on much needed economic reforms.
12.07.14 @ 18:48
The EU commission has launched a probe into whether the Spanish region of Valencia is guilty of the first case of statistical fraud since the Greek crisis in 2009.
10.07.14 @ 11:04
The EU’s bailout fund has moved closer to being able to directly pump money into troubled banks after the German government introduced a bill allowing direct bank recapitalisation.
13.07.14 @ 15:07
Market fundamentalists are testing something even more dangerous than privatisation of public goods in Greece; public workers now face arrest for being on strike.
10.07.14 @ 19:13
The Italian EU presidency has backed a controversial Russian pipeline, South Stream, which would circumvent Ukraine to bring gas to south-east Europe.
10.07.14 @ 09:29
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are to establish alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF, which they find too biased towards Europe and the US.
09.07.14 @ 09:27
The EU wants the US to lift its restrictions on exporting gas and crude oil as part of ongoing trade talks, according to a leaked Commission document.
08.07.14 @ 18:01
Future EU commission chief Juncker has promised the economics commissioner post to a Socialist, as part of a grand coalition-type of deal between the centre-right and centre-left ahead of a European Parliament vote on Tuesday.
03.07.14 @ 17:49
The German parliament has approved the introduction of a minimum wage of €8.50 per hour from 2015 on, a policy shift that could boost growth elsewhere in Europe.
30.06.14 @ 18:01
A controversial decision to force investors to take losses on a provincial turned state-owned bank has prompted fears about Austria's financial reputation.
08.07.14 @ 19:10
It is a sign that the European economy is no longer in crisis-territory that tax cuts rather than bailouts dominated Monday’s meeting of Eurozone finance ministers.
04.07.14 @ 16:20
A combative Italian PM on Friday strongly criticised German central banker Jens Weidmann, but said there is no wider dispute with Berlin on fiscal policy.
30.06.14 @ 17:11
Bulgaria, already grappling with a severe political crisis, is now trying to deal with what the government has called an organised attempt to destabilise its financial system.
25.06.14 @ 09:27
The EU’s top trade official has played down fears that rules protecting company interests could spark a wave of litigation from US multinationals.
News in Brief
- Bulgarian PM resigns@ 09:39
- Germany rejects calls to scrap Russia's 2018 World Cup@ 09:31
- Greek economy to grow 0.7%@ 09:30
- Dutch mayor calls for Putin's daughter to be deported@ 09:28
- EU orders Ryanair to pay back millions in French subsidies@ 09:26
- Commissioners have to be 'as flexible as fooballers'23'rd @ 17:17
- US welcomes new EU sanctions threat23'rd @ 14:15
- Lithuania gets final OK to join euro23'rd @ 13:23
- EU readies new sanctions on defiant Russia@ 09:25
- Scrapped EU surveillance laws throws doubt on US data agreements@ 08:47
- Russia angst sees EU energy efficiency targets watered down23'rd @ 17:26
- Rome continues to push Italian FM to replace Ashton23'rd @ 16:02
- EU grapples with smugglers as people fleeing conflict face torture23'rd @ 09:28
- Deutsche Bank under fire in the US23'rd @ 09:16
- UK is still sending arms to Russia, say MPs23'rd @ 09:12
- AnalysisLeaked paper: EU options on 'stage three' Russia sanctions22'nd @ 20:42
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