Ed Miliband has warned that a British exit from the European Union would weaken cross-border cooperation and so hinder the fight against terrorism.
Prices are tumbling, right across the eurozone. But for consumers from Amsterdam to Athens, this is not a bumper Christmas sell-off: the falling cost of their weekly shop reflects a deep economic malaise.
Europe could be looking at a deflationary environment for the next five years, debt investor Marc Lasry tells CNBC.
Freedom of speech was uppermost in everyone’s mind, but even on happier days David Cameron’s has never been greeted with a passionate cry of ‘Ich liebe dich’ from a stranger in a crowd.
Put yourself in the shoes of Jens Weidmann, president of the German Bundesbank and chief critic of a policy of quantitative easing (QE) for the eurozone.
David Cameron is to be warned by the European commission that a central demand in his renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership terms is likely to be rejected as unacceptable on the grounds that it risks infringing the founding principle of the EU on the free movement of people.
The euro sank to a nine-year low against the dollar on Monday as the beleagured eurozone, dogged by fears of deflation and a Greek exit from the currency bloc, was throw into sharp contrast with a soaring US economy.
JD Wetherspoon has settled a dispute with Heineken that prompted the chain to bar the brewer’s drinks from its 926 pubs in Britain and Ireland.
The president of the European Central Bank (ECB) has raised expectations that he will turn on the money-printing presses to fight deflation early in the new year, sending the euro to its lowest level against the dollar in four and a half years.
The baltic country of Lithuania has become the 19th member of the EU to join the Eurozone. What does this mean in the greater scheme of things?
Clutching a lunchtime orange juice and sandwich in Zurich’s central station, nurse Nelly Studer captured the fears gnawing at Switzerland since the drama in the foreign exchange markets last Thursday when the Swiss franc jumped 30% in value against the euro.
Snow on the roofs of the ski chalets at the upmarket ski resort may be one of the defining images of Davos, but it will be the warming of the planet that is at the top of the issues under discussion at the World Economic Forum.
Brussels is to give its first detailed criticisms of Amazon’s favourable tax arrangements in Luxembourg on Friday in a move that may shed unwelcome light on the financial workings of the Grand Duchy under its former prime minister, Jean-Claude Juncker, who now heads the EU executive.