Markets rise on decisive action by Federal Reserve and others, but 'euphoria' might not last
Prime Minister faces a tough task to please eurosceptics at summit called to save eurozone
Germany faces increasing pressure to allow European Central Bank to print money
As German leaders issue heavy-handed threats, here's a timely survey of Britain’s options
Britain will be faced with a choice between being pushed further out of Europe or sucked deeper in
As technocrats take charge of Italy and Greece, is the financial world trying to run Europe?
Pensioners likely to bear the brunt as Italians buckle down to austerity regime
Sober eurocrat has little in common with Berlusconi, but could save his businesses
An imbalance in Europe's economies threatens the euro, but leaders are in denial
An end to bunga bunga may give Italy back a little pride, but it solves nothing
Is the party over for Italian PM as Umberto Bossi joins calls for him to step down?
After days of political and financial chaos the man at the centre of the storm steps aside
The ECB needs to act like a lender of last resort and buy the departing country's outstanding bonds
Editor Paul Dacre's feelings about spin doctor prevent two-pronged attack on 'traitor' Cameron
Euro referendum is probably off, but rambling George Papandreou can't bring himself to say it
An Italian is now in charge of the Euro bank. No worries - he's 'more German than the Germans'
Vote of confidence on Friday could change everything after referendum shock
Heart attacks, high blood pressure and stomach pains: the perils of Greek politics
Many Greeks would prefer the chaos of default to years of hardship under austerity measures
With Greeks likely to vote against austerity measures, banks face a 'hard default'
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