PM knows the eurozone needs to form a 'banking union' to escape crisis, but he fears the consequences for the City
EU and German sources say Berlin is preparing to offer Spain a 'soft bailout' and spare it national humiliation
After cowing Portugal, Greece and Ireland, Germany has finally met its match in its game of euro debt crisis chicken
Europe's fourth-largest economy needs help as markets tumble and fears of a banking collapse mount
IMF boss provokes fury on social media after attack on 'people in Greece trying to escape tax'
Falling demand for olive oil in the Mediterrean and a bumper harvest have driven prices to a 10-year-low
German central bank says a Greek exit would be manageable and eurozone countries are drawing up contingency plans
Leftist Greek leader has markets worried, but his call for Greece to be given a realistic way to stay in the euro is reasonable
But Labour's mischievous suggestion that it would outbid UKIP has got the Conservatives at it again…
Labour leader urged to offer referendum as poll shows alarm in Tory ranks over euro turmoil
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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