Cameron angry over €2.1bn EU surcharge

UK officials played role in endorsing budget calculations

Cameron overreacts to a modest EU matter

PM’s dispute with Brussels over a £1.7bn surcharge is unwarranted

Spain’s recovery boosts labour market

Unemployment falls to new low, but analysts fear eurozone drag

Blame Germany for the right reasons

The case for running a deficit to stimulate the economy is flimsy, writes Otmar Issing

Jingle that sounds the road to recovery

It sometimes pays to wipe the debt slate clean rather than sweep problems under the carpet

Volatility tests the nerve of dollar bulls

Outlook for US currency clouded by bond yield turbulence

UK tops league of non-EU migrant arrivals

Britain accepts three times more than any other member state

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High stakes to keep rates low

The case for the 0.5 per cent interest rate is weakening

ECB bond-buying plan risks falling short

Investors doubt policy makers can achieve aims

Marshall’s grand plan applies to Ukraine

The west will have to co-operate to stop Putin and should do so now, writes Anders Aslund

EU states warn Juncker over trade deal

Juncker strips trade commissioner of mandate to handle most sensitive element of deal with the US

Stakes high for Europe bank stress tests

Good news on key issue of assisting capital-raising

EU takes step toward rejecting budgets

France and Italy among five states to be asked for more details

ECB leak a tonic for volatile Italy

Bigger, more liquid markets can be more responsive under stress

Reform alone is no solution for eurozone

A policy that may work for Germany alone cannot work for an economy more than three times as big

Poland criticises eurozone banking union

Central bank governor intends to keep control of macroprudential policy

Berlin and Paris paper over budget cracks

Ministers vow investment boost but keep details to themselves

A challenge to the old guard of finance

The IMF’s strength is its ability to assess countries’ macroeconomic and financial policies

ECB launches new covered bond purchases

Central bank’s purchases are latest attempt to rescue eurozone from stagnation

Treasury warns ministers to cut spending

UK tax revenues fall short ahead of election

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