17.10.14 @ 09:23
Eurostat is set to publish figures on Friday showing that the bloc's GDP has grown by nearly 2.5 percent.
16.10.14 @ 08:00
22.09.14 @ 18:02
22.09.14 @ 10:13
11.09.14 @ 09:29
16.10.14 @ 16:52
The eurozone appears to have come back onto the markets' radar amid, low inflation, bad economic news from Germany and Greece's bailout exit plans.
15.10.14 @ 18:37
Germany is at risk of economic hubris, a top economist has said, noting that the country should not think it is invulnerable nor that EU membership makes it a victim.
14.10.14 @ 19:43
ECB lawyers and their German critics crossed swords at the EU top court on Tuesday over the legality of Mario Draghi's "whatever it takes".
15.10.14 @ 18:57
The EU's banking watchdog is poised to close a loophole allowing banks to use special allowances to get round rules on bonus payments.
15.10.14 @ 09:26
Ireland is to scrap its controversial tax loophole, as EU countries agree new legislation to claw back the €1 trillion lost to tax cheats each year.
14.10.14 @ 09:28
EU finance ministers played down the prospect of a row with France at their monthly meeting on Monday, but insisted that the bloc's rules have to be respected.
14.10.14 @ 07:03
Small businesses should be exempted "wherever possible" from EU law, according to an expert group tasked with slashing red tape.
10.10.14 @ 09:11
International Monetary Fund boss Christine Lagarde has warned that the eurozone risks following Japan and falling into a prolonged cycle of recession and stagnation.
09.10.14 @ 09:26
The EU commission has said future EU members could face extra controls on movement of workers in a concession to the UK.
03.10.14 @ 09:41
The EU's next competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, has promised further "steps" on Google amid increasing complaints against the search engine's dominant position in Europe.
13.10.14 @ 09:30
France wants €10 billion a year from the EU’s “New Deal” fund, amid warnings that its budget profligacy could harm the “credibility” of EU financial rules.
09.10.14 @ 14:59
Germany is on the brink of recession after recording its weakest export levels for five years.
03.10.14 @ 10:24
The European Central Bank will start buying bank securities worth up to €1 trillion between now and the end of the year, president Mario Draghi has announced.
02.10.14 @ 18:27
Poland’s next commissioner has defended EU plans to take a more business-friendly approach to healthcare.
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