No 10 admits to new credit crunch as central banks act

One-Minute Read Thu 1 Dec, AT 09:45

Markets rise on decisive action by Federal Reserve and others, but 'euphoria' might not last

David Cameron

Can David Cameron get his way at the big EU summit?

Briefing Thu 24 Nov, AT 15:57

Prime Minister faces a tough task to please eurosceptics at summit called to save eurozone


Spain and France borrowing costs rise as debt fears spread

Analysis Thu 17 Nov, AT 16:26

Germany faces increasing pressure to allow European Central Bank to print money

Seven alternatives to the EU (in case it all gets too much)

Point of View Wed 16 Nov, AT 07:57

As German leaders issue heavy-handed threats, here's a timely survey of Britain’s options

The threat Cameron faces from imperious Germany

Tue 15 Nov, AT 07:54 Richard Ehrman

Britain will be faced with a choice between being pushed further out of Europe or sucked deeper in

Have we handed Europe to Goldman Sachs and Co?

Talking Point Mon 14 Nov, AT 12:41

As technocrats take charge of Italy and Greece, is the financial world trying to run Europe?

Mario Monti not the first banker brought in to save Italy

Mon 14 Nov, AT 07:12 Robert Fox

Pensioners likely to bear the brunt as Italians buckle down to austerity regime

'Super' Mario Monti tipped to replace Berlusconi

Profile Fri 11 Nov, AT 09:13

Sober eurocrat has little in common with Berlusconi, but could save his businesses

Another eurozone crisis, and this time it's serious

Talking Point Thu 10 Nov, AT 14:23

An imbalance in Europe's economies threatens the euro, but leaders are in denial

Goodbye Berlusconi, welcome back political turmoil

Talking Point Wed 9 Nov, AT 12:26

An end to bunga bunga may give Italy back a little pride, but it solves nothing