eurozone crisis


Spain and France borrowing costs rise as debt fears spread

Thu 17 Nov, AT 16:26

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

Richard Ehrman

How to eject the Greeks from the eurozone, gracefully

Mon 7 Nov, AT 07:56
Richard Ehrman

The ECB needs to act like a lender of last resort and buy the departing country's outstanding bonds

Germany and China urge Greece to accept bailout deal

One-Minute Read
Wed 2 Nov, AT 15:49

Offer thrashed out last week is not up for negotiation, Papandreou is warned

Chinese yuan

China ‘secretly agrees to bail out eurozone’

Mon 17 Oct, AT 10:35

Business Digest: Chinese finance ministers say that help is dependent on EU sorting out its books

Markets fall; Hong Kong shares; stockmarket

IMF: Europe’s debt crisis could be spreading to Asia

Thu 13 Oct, AT 16:14

Business digest: Shrinking growth sparks fear that Asia is suffering contagion from eurozone crisis

Dexia bank

Dexia to be split up in three-part rescue plan

Mon 10 Oct, AT 10:39

Business digest: France, Belgium and Luxembourg come together to prevent bank from failing

Gherkin; City of London

BoE warns on bank bonuses and dividends

Wed 28 Sep, AT 16:21

Business digest: Banks told to save cash as eurozone crisis threatens losses

Lloyds of London

Lloyd’s of London pulls deposits from Euro banks

Wed 21 Sep, AT 16:31

Insurance giant’s move follows Siemens’ decision to remove E500m from Societe Generale

Silvio Berlusconi

Fears grow as S&P cuts Italy’s credit rating

Tue 20 Sep, AT 11:41

Business digest: Credit ratings agency expresses doubts over Italy’s ability to cut it huge debts

500 euro note

‘Ill-conceived’ eurozone is headed for disaster

Wed 14 Sep, AT 13:18

Talking point: the markets are spooked, Europe’s leaders are in denial, time to batten the hatches