UK economy 'on mend' at last as GDP boost forecast

One-Minute Read Mon 22 Jul, AT 11:15

Hopes for a jump in growth for second quarter as five surveys provide positive outlook

Vicky Pryce rebuilds career with House of Lords appearance

One-Minute Read Tue 2 Jul, AT 14:18

Chris Huhne's ex-wife still wearing electronic tag as she discusses eurozone's woes with committee

Chaos spreads as more workers join French air strike

One-Minute Read Wed 12 Jun, AT 12:16

Thousands of flights cancelled as EU transport workers protest at shake-up of air traffic control

Does Australian happiness have a downside? For me, it did

Tue 28 May, AT 13:14 Richard Jinman

Great food, great weather, Great Southern Land. But do you pay a price for living in The Lucky Country?

Eurozone recession sets record

One-Minute Read Thu 16 May, AT 13:35

Economy shrank for the sixth quarter in a row, marking the longest recession since single currency launched

Eurozone recession 'set to worsen'

One-Minute Read Tue 7 May, AT 13:23

'The data fuels concerns the eurozone is headed for further GDP contraction', he adds

Why has gold suffered its sharpest fall in 30 years?

One-Minute Read Tue 16 Apr, AT 12:13

Precious metal's price drops to two-year low as analysts say bull market could be over

For southern Europeans, leaving the euro now makes more sense

Mon 15 Apr, AT 10:03 Richard Ehrman

With its treatment of Cyprus, the EU has unwittingly made the cost of leaving the euro much less daunting

Waiting for the banks to open: Cypriots fear an exodus

First Post Wed 27 Mar, AT 16:28

From our man in Cyprus with the holiday home and the increasingly worthless euros