European Commission president warned that infrastructure projects crucial to the growth of member states will be hit
Merkel's day of reckoning as taxpayer haircut on Greece looms ... Germany, Holland, and the creditor states of northern Europe have not lost a single cent on eurozone rescue packages, so far.
The European parliament on Thursday called a definitive halt to shark finning, the long contested practice of fishermen slicing off fins and throwing the live body overboard to drown.
Eventually you run out of other people's money to pledge, and are forced to either pledge your own (and face that you'll never see it again) or tell the person with their hand out to stuff it.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass was on Bloomberg’s Market Makers with Stephanie Ruhle talking about his bearish views on the E.U. and the status of the currency union as a whole.
Kind of old news -- that Greek stocks are getting massacred -- but they are again.
YES - 27.3% ; NO - 57.6%
Greek unemployment rose to 25.4pc in August. Youth unemployment rose to 58pc.
Who will stop the Sado-Monetarists as jobless youth hits 58pc in Greece? Greek unemployment rose to 25.4pc in August. Youth unemployment rose to 58pc.
Greece is fast running out of cash while it awaits the next tranche of its 130-billion euro ($165.16 billion) international bailout that is keeping it afloat, a deputy finance minister said on Friday.
Critics said the proposals for 'study materials' to be amended so that men and women are no longer depicted in their traditional roles would mean the withdrawal of children's classics, such as Enid Blyton's The Famous Five series, Paddington Bear or
Right now, investors in the U.S. are watching stocks crater big after last night's election.
The European Central Bank (ECB) recently issued a report on digital currencies. The report largely revolves around Bitcoins and Linden Dollars, and provides a review of the currencies from the perspective of central bankers.
Greece’s downward spiral has come to the top of the euro zone agenda again, with economists and analysts warning that it is closer than ever to running out of cash, and that the survival of a coalition government brought in just five months ago is un
Youth unemployment is rising steadily in the EU as the economic crisis in Europe deepens.
Europe's Crisis Spawns Calls for a Breakup --of Spain
The Athens Stock Exchange General Index is down 6.3 percent today.
Would Greece, Spain and Portugal all have ended up as full democracies after overthrowing their old dictators, and in the latter two cases as relatively honest ones as well, if not for the changes they had to make to qualify for EU membership? Wou
Britain has left the European Union in all but name ... To all intents and purposes, the UK is already out.
Fresh on the heels of ECB president Mario Draghi's Lies In Defense Bond Purchases, Including a Warning of Deflation [below] comes news of an unexpected rise in Eurozone price inflation.
This isn't as random as it seems; more than half of Germany's gold reserves are held at the New York Fed, and hasn't been inspected by the Germans for decades. This dates back to the '50s and '60s, when foreign governments could still exchange dollar
Goldman Sachs chief European economist Huw Pill was setting monetary policy at the European Central Bank as recently as last summer, which gives him a unique perspective on the crisis.
The FlashPMI report for Europe -- an index based on a survey of manufacturing and service companies -- looks awful.
'Bailouts' are a means for total subjugation to EU control - Nigel Farage
European markets were heavy in the red again today.
No matter what you are told by the mainstream media, peripheral government bonds have seen the worst 2-day sell-off in over a month with Spanish 10Y spreads +27bps this week so far and 2Y breaking back above 3% yield in a hurry.
The internet power house stands by its decision to track user activity across various services for targeted advertising.
EU governments have agreed to one of the toughest sets of sanctions against Iran's nuclear program.
Uniting nations under a single currency is a bad idea, Austrian billionaire-turned-politician Frank Stronach told RT. The eurozone's single currency is crippling the EU, and Stronach aims to demonstrate to the world that it can live without the euro.
After a few months in which policymakers believed they might have turned the corner, the gloom is descending