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    1. August 2, 2016

      Shinzo Abe’s stimulus is a lesson for the world

      Everybody in the G7 group of leading economies talks about the need for new fiscal policy, but nobody has done anything...

    2. July 28, 2016

      Eurozone must complete banking union to avert crisis

      Negative interest rates are taking the world of finance into uncharted waters. The impact will be damaging for most...

    1. July 11, 2016

      Italy warned to abide by ‘strict’ EU bank rescue rules

      Italy has been warned it must abide by “strict” EU rules for rescuing teetering lenders, limiting Rome’s ability to...

    2. Fast FT

      July 11, 2016

      Spain, Portugal closer to prospect of EU sanctions

      EU nations are poised to endorse findings from Brussels that Spain and Portugal have failed to take “effective action”...

    3. Fast FT

      July 11, 2016

      Dijsselbloem urges gradual approach to Italy bank woes

      Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the president of the Eurogroup of euro area finance ministers said that problems in Italy’s...

    4. June 26, 2016

      Brexit: Haunted Europe

      Weeks before Britain’s vote to leave the EU, Europe’s centre-right political party leaders gathered in Luxembourg to...

    5. June 17, 2016

      EU hails breakthrough deal to curb corporate tax avoidance

      EU finance ministers hailed a major breakthrough in the fight against corporate tax dodging as they struck a...

    6. Fast FT

      June 16, 2016

      ECB latest to question Brussels' lax budget policing

      The European Central Bank has voiced its concerns over lax implementation of Brussels’ budgetary rules, adding to a...

    7. June 14, 2016

      European Commission lambasted on policing of national budgets

      One of the eurozone’s leading officials has lambasted the European Commission over how it polices national budgets,...

    8. Brussels Blog

      June 9, 2016

      Brussels briefing: Banking Disunion

      History is full of great projects left half finished – the Sagrada Família cathedral in Barcelona, the Beach Boys’...

    9. Brussels Blog

      June 3, 2016

      Brussels briefing: French repairs

      Welcome to Friday’s edition of our daily Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign up...

    10. May 29, 2016

      Dutch populists eager to exploit British departure from EU

      It is a traditional Dutch scene: morning commuters cycle through the Binnenhof, the ancient courtyard where the Dutch...

    11. May 25, 2016

      Greece reaches breakthrough deal with creditors

      Greece’s international creditors have bought time to secure the country’s financial future after agreeing broad but...

    12. Fast FT

      May 25, 2016

      Greece reaches debt relief breakthrough with creditors

      Greece’s creditors agreed a wide-ranging deal to secure debt relief for the country, after marathon talks in Brussels...

    13. May 20, 2016

      Greece’s creditors eye IMF debt deal

      Greece’s international creditors are discussing a plan to drastically scale back the International Monetary Fund’s...

    14. May 9, 2016

      Berlin opens way to Greek debt relief talks

      Germany eased its objections to debt relief talks for Greece on Monday as eurozone finance ministers sought to narrow...

    15. Fast FT

      May 9, 2016

      Greek debt relief 'in hands of member states'

      Eurozone finance ministers are gathering in Brussels ahead of their first emergency meeting to discuss the state of...

    16. Fast FT

      April 27, 2016

      Greek stocks slump; Tusk rejects emergency summit

      Donald Tusk, the European Council president who chairs EU summits, has rejected a Greek request to hold an emergency...

    17. Brussels Blog

      April 27, 2016

      Brussels Briefing: Eurogroup grope

      Welcome to Wednesday’s edition of our daily Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign...

    18. April 24, 2016

      EU members split over beating corporate tax avoidance

      EU member states are at odds over plans to fight aggressive corporate tax avoidance, highlighting the bloc’s...

    19. April 23, 2016

      German finance minister objects to tax transparency proposals

      EU plans to force multinational companies to publicly reveal the taxes they pay in different countries have hit a...

    20. April 22, 2016

      Eurozone edges closer to deal over Greece

      After months of wrangling, Eurozone finance ministers have claimed a breakthrough in negotiating the next stage of...

    21. Fast FT

      April 22, 2016

      Greek bonds bounce on review 'breakthrough'

      Greek government bonds have bounced today after officials claimed a breakthrough in fraught discussions with Athens...

    22. Fast FT

      April 22, 2016

      Eurogroup claims breakthrough on Greek review

      Euro area finance ministers will seek to conclude a review into Greece’s bailout programme next week, as officials...

    23. March 7, 2016

      Cyprus lauded on exit from €10bn bailout

      Cyprus turned the page on one of the most painful episodes in its recent history on Monday as finance ministers...

    24. March 7, 2016

      Brussels seeks further reform to seal Greek bailout

      Eurozone finance ministers have moved to break a deadlock between Greece’s warring creditors by sending bailout...

    25. Fast FT

      March 7, 2016

      Greece's bailout monitors to return to Athens

      Greece’s bailout monitors have agreed to return to Athens and restart talks over the country’s faltering €86bn rescue,...

    26. Brussels Blog

      February 18, 2016

      Does Dijsselbloem want to kill key fiscal measure?

      It’s rare for any government minister to ever admit that a task is beyond them. So it was notable in the European...

    27. February 18, 2016

      Italy would block EU bank insurance plan

      Matteo Renzi, Italy’s prime minister, has thrown a spanner into talks on the creation of a common deposit insurance...

    28. February 14, 2016

      Yawning budget hole awaits Spain’s new PM

      The name of the next Spanish prime minister will remain unknown for at least several more weeks. The first challenge...

    29. Fast FT

      February 12, 2016

      Dijsselbloem: Concerns over 'single rule book' for City of London

      Britain’s clash with key euro area nations over how far the City of London should be allowed to operate outside EU...

    30. Fast FT

      February 11, 2016

      Dijsselbloem backs bank rules amid market turmoil

      The head of the group bringing together euro area finance ministers has said that there should be “no doubt” of the...

    31. February 11, 2016

      Eurozone finance ministers hold firm on tougher bank rules

      The head of the eurozone finance ministers’ group has said there should be “no doubt” of the EU’s determination to...

    32. Fast FT

      February 11, 2016

      Eurogroup to discuss market volatility

      Euro area finance ministers will take stock of volatility in the markets when they meet in Brussels this afternoon,...

    33. November 9, 2015

      Greece stand-off with EU lenders delays €2bn bailout payment

      Greece and its European creditors have run into a dispute over Athens’ new €86bn bailout , forcing a delay in a €2bn...

    34. November 4, 2015

      Eurozone needs independent fiscal oversight, says Dijsselbloem

      The eurozone needs an independent committee to ensure members stick to its fiscal rules, the head of the bloc’s finance...

    35. September 16, 2015

      Eurozone races to restructure Greek banks as bail-in looms

      Eurozone officials are racing to restructure Greece’s banking system before new rules kick in that could wipe out...

    36. August 18, 2015

      Dutch coalition faces no-confidence vote over Greek bailout

      The Dutch government is facing a vote of no-confidence over the €86bn Greek bailout approved by eurozone finance...

    37. The World

      July 14, 2015

      Spanish bemoan humiliating defeat in Brussels

      It is not just the Greeks who are lamenting a humiliating defeat in Brussels. The Spanish government, too, has suffered...

    38. The World

      July 10, 2015

      Syriza's empty promises

      Two thoughts come to mind when one looks at the last-minute reform proposals which Greece’s radical leftist-led...

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