Eurozone unemployment falls to 10.9%

Renzi boosted by drop in Italy’s jobless rate

Investors wake up to EM currency risk

Violent sell-off abates but growth is missing in many countries

Emerging markets: Fixing a broken model

As exports slow and foreign capital takes flight, developing nations must act to avert a crisis

Weak eurozone inflation revives QE debate

Headline inflation remains unchanged at 0.2%

Tsipras rallies Syriza as polls take dive

Surveys reflect voter disappointment ahead of Greek election

French PM vows deeper economic reform

Valls pledges revision of labour laws to provide more flexibility

Asia more of a threat to Europe than US

China’s market rumbles highlight the limits of a more aggressive ECB, writes Stephanie Flanders

Tsipras gambles on outright poll victory

Many see the Greek prime minister’s optimism as misplaced

Signs of differentiation in EM meltdown

Previous bouts of turmoil show all EMs can be caught up, but better fundamentals are being rewarded

Spanish flag

Spain’s reforms a lesson for the eurozone

Rajoy’s government has boosted growth but challenges are looming

European yields up after refocus on growth

Convulsions in Chinese stock market fail to disturb sovereign bonds

Madrid unveils ‘budget of recovery’

Tax cuts and higher salaries for public workers promised

ECB sees ‘few signs’ of slowdown in China

Vice-president Constâncio plays down fears over Chinese equities

Germany: Young people wanted

Ageing population threatens Europe’s largest economy

Concern as China turmoil lifts euro

If Fed delays rate rise, pressure on euro could escalate as investors seek havens, say analysts

Sell-off in European equities ‘overdone’

Barclays analysts see more positive signals looking at global picture

Will they or won’t they?

Fed policymakers must act knowingly on their ignorance

Germany to receive 800,000 asylum seekers

Berlin questions passport-free travel as figures lay bare scale of Europe’s refugee crisis

Busting the euro bailout myths

Wave of defaults would doom single currency, it was assumed. Correctly?

Eurozone: The case against ‘cash for reform’

EU bailouts were based on the belief that a wave of sovereign defaults could doom the single currency. But was it correct?