European Crisis

The Dutch cure: how an ambassador is helping to start up Greece

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Jan Versteeg's unique attempt to improve relations between Greece and Holland could be the future of diplomacy.

Varoufakis sidelined as Greece reshuffles negotiating team

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Talks with key creditors could take a turn for the better as finance minister's influence quashed.

EU attempts to measure 2012 break-up fears

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Report finds redenomination risk was a major concern for markets.

No talk of plan B for Greece: Italy

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Economy Minister says Riga discussions did not countenance any exit option.

Greek default must equal Grexit

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The Greek sovereign debt drama is set to come to a head at the end of June, though any hope of the country defaulting within the eurozone is illusory.

Majority of Greeks want debt deal

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Bailout deal sought as just one in five Greeks want debt-stricken nation to leave the EU.

Greek minister floats election possibility

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Interior minister raises prospect of fresh elections to give Greeks new voice amid bailout talks.

Adherence matters: ECB's Mersch

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Allowing countries to break fiscal rules weakens ECB credibility, says board member.

Europe 'concerned' on lack of Greek progress

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European leaders say talks tough and hostile, Draghi warns time running out.

Eurozone inflation likely to move out of negative territory

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Economists expect data due this week to show inflation improving.

New Greece govt begins privatisation

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Modest privatisation away as embattled nation tries to woo creditors.

German business sentiment hits new high

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Data shows April sentiment hit highest level in close to a year.

No right not to reach deal: Varoufakis

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Greek finance minister says his government must reach a deal, two sides are moving closer.

The Greek tragedy approaches its climax

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A renewed atmosphere of crisis has gripped Greece, as the country grapples with its creditors, a possible default and an impatient Germany.

A better alternative to QE

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Central banks haven't gotten much bang for their buck via quantitative easing, but things could have been very different if they had chosen another path.

Russia tips three more years of sanctions

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Moscow's economic forecasts based on continued sanctions until 2018.

Eurozone growth slows slightly in April

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PMI, consumer surveys point to fragilities limiting pace of region's economic recovery.

Europe getting back on growth track: Praet

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ECB policy maker says currency bloc needs action from governments, corporates as well as central bank.

Britain's choice between the devil and the deep blue sea

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The British might think that their economic crisis is over, but the UK's real problems still lie ahead.

Eurozone confidence falls in April

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First fall in five months triggered by growing fears of a Greek debt default.

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