5 hrs ago | EKathimerini
The representatives of Greece's international creditors are set to extend their inspection in Athens beyond this week for four main reasons, these being the 2.1-billion-euro gap in the budgets for 2013 and 2014, delays in the privatizations program as well as in the restructuring of the public sector, and reservations regarding the application of ... (more)
15 hrs ago | ANSA.it
Milan, June 18 - The Milan bourse went up over half a point Tuesday after the European Central Bank chief said the ECB "was ready to act if necessary" to boost the eurozone economy.
Tuesday, June 11 began as any other day in crisis and austerity-striken Greece. Over 1.5 million people woke up to another day of unemployment, millions more woke up to another day of lowered salaries and pensions and slashed public services, as part of the crippling austerity measures that Greece's three-party coalition government is implementing, ... (more)
The head of the International Monetary Fund said she was satisfied with the cooperation between the IMF and European lenders, amid criticism about the flaws in the relationship.
The Euro Working Group of eurozone finance ministry officials have approved the disbursement of the next bailout loan tranche to Athens, sources from Athens and Brussels confirmed on Friday, although the disbursement itself will not take place before the Eurogroup meeting next Thursday.
The Hellenic Association for Financial Law, member of the European Society for Banking and Financial Law, recently organized a conference in Athens on "The crisis of the Cypriot Banking System and the recovery and resolution measures of Cypriot banks", chaired by the distinguished Greek lawyer Dr. Dimitris G. Tsibanoulis The conference attracted ... (more)
The Euro sculpture is seen in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, central Germany, in this Nov. 30, 2005 file photo.
The European Central Bank 's Outright Monetary Transactions program is "perfectly legal," and the German Constitutional Court should recognize that it is crucial for both Germany and Europe as a whole, former ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet said.
The worst economic crisis since World War II has demonstrated the resilience of the euro, the former head of the European Central Bank said Wednesday.
President of the German Federal Bank, Jens Weidmann, enters the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany, Wednesday June 12, 2013.
The crippling debt crisis that has ravaged Europe for years is finished, France's President Francois Hollande has declared, despite high unemployment and lingering recession on the continent.
Latvians graduating this summer from high school and college face a better economic prospects than fellow graduates in the eurozone.
The German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, heard arguments on Tuesday on whether ECB measures to contain the eurozone crisis violate German law.