Break-up threat to Spain as PM sets out E39bn austerity cuts

First Post Thu 27 Sep, AT 07:19

Eurozone crisis now threatens the survival of a nation-state, warns the Financial Times

Greece denies WSJ’s ‘third bailout’ rumour

Business Digest Fri 14 Sep, AT 09:12

Alleged IMF ‘source’ denies he made comment that Greece will need more money from European creditors

Jose Manuel Barroso

Barroso wants Europe to become federation of nation states

Business Digest Thu 13 Sep, AT 08:31

European Commission president says debt crisis highlights need for leap forward in political integration

Comment

Boris Johnson: Olympo-sceptics were wrong about the Games

Opinion digest Mon 10 Sep, AT 12:01

Opinion digest: An Olympics that transformed the nation, and the real US election battleground

George Soros

Be nice to fellow Europeans or quit euro, Soros tells Germany

First Post Mon 10 Sep, AT 07:22

German stance risks collapse of the currency union and ultimately the political union as well, says financier

China sees dip in manufacturing

One-Minute Read Tue 4 Sep, AT 12:37

China reports activity has fallen to a nine-month low

Mole

Tax receipts down, economy in chaos – where are our leaders?

Wed 22 Aug, AT 10:59 The Mole

Labour’s Chuka Umunna is the only man in town as coalition looks increasingly like the Mary Celeste

Eurozone contracts 0.2 per cent, and could drag Germany down

One-Minute Read Tue 14 Aug, AT 11:58

But for now the German economy is growing while the likes of Italy and Portugal see their GDP fall

Imports exports containers docks

New blow to UK economy as trade gap widens to record level

First Reaction Thu 9 Aug, AT 15:17

'Awful' data cannot be blamed solely on Queen's Diamond Jubilee, say analysts

Corn being harvested

World food cost 'set to soar' due to US Midwest drought

One-Minute Read Mon 2 Jul, AT 13:05

American corn and wheat prices jump 10% in a single week as hot temperatures blight Midwest

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