21 May, 7:12 AM
Japan's radical policy approach to deflation appears to be paying off, with manufacturing activity positive for the first time in a year. European policy makers should be watching closely.
20 May, 8:36 AM
Solely economic arguments for the European Union are largely futile, but politically and sentimentally the union still makes a lot of sense.
17 May, 11:40 PM
Monthly trade surplus is first for Spain since 1971.
17 May, 11:06 PM
Lenders see end to Greek recession, but high unemployment to continue.
16 May, 10:56 PM
March eurozone trade surplus jumps to record levels.
16 May, 7:21 AM
GDP in the eurozone has fallen for six straight quarters as the fiscal austerity agenda keeps it stuck in what looks increasingly like a perpetual recession.
16 May, 7:17 AM
Funding tranche comes as Cyprus GDP declines 4.3% in Q1.
16 May, 2:24 AM
Hollande insists France, eurozone 'past the worst', but growth lags.
16 May, 12:22 AM
Central bank brightens outlook, but warns of fragile recovery.
15 May, 11:27 PM
Economic decline is worse than expected.
15 May, 11:17 PM
Island's economy contracts for 7th straight quarter.
15 May, 11:06 PM
Analyst calls eurozone global economy's 'weakest link'.
15 May, 3:34 AM
Ratings agency cites progress, sees reduced risk of default.
15 May, 2:34 AM
Referendum on leaving EU to be held before 2018.
14 May, 4:14 AM
Loans begin flowing in wake of controversial banking reforms.
13 May, 8:24 AM
The economic rationale for Britain to leave the EU appears to stack up, but the terms on which it would leave are all-important.
10 May, 12:04 AM
Jobless rate rises sharply, darkening Portugal's economic outlook.
9 May, 10:55 PM
Unemployment rises, but minister says recovery will begin in 2014.
8 May, 4:23 AM
Former UK finance minister says exit needed to 'save' the financial sector.
8 May, 12:48 AM
Portugal returns to the long-term bond market for first time since euro crisis.