Lagarde shows tough love to Greece

Painful experience seen to have damaged institution’s credibility

Ukraine’s economy presents stern test

Maidan euphoria has given way to worries about food and heating

EasyJet chief urges single skies rethink

McCall asks for reassurances on EU jobs

Macron vows to push French reforms

Economy minister sets sights on labour market

Turkey public order law sparks brawls

Opposition says ruling party’s bill will end right of protest

Nato spending promises largely ignored

US and France are only big members to keep military budget pledge

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Businessman arrested in art market probe

Yves Bouvier detained on suspicion of manipulating prices

Russia: Left out in the cold

With an economy shrinking, the opposition should be thriving, but the truth is very different

British exit from EU given 1 in 6 chance

Think-tank’s departure calculation coincides with warning from manufacturers

Google shapes up for journey to adulthood

An overdue reorganisation should help it assuage European concerns

Negative yields Q&A: what is the rationale?

Probability that yields will fall even further below zero

Finnish treasure map to lure tourists

Design plan to revive remote Lapland hamlets

There are positives to negative yields

Returns can be made as large scale ECB buying pushes up prices

EEF tells PM not to ‘sleepwalk’ out of EU

Referendum on Europe seen as a dangerous course for Britain

Google shakes up European units

Search giant revamps structure following backlash

EU budget reprieve for France and Italy

Deadline extended for Paris to meet bloc’s deficit target

Germany sells debt at negative yield

Once a rare phenomenon, such securities are becoming more common

Germany learns to look beyond its borders

Europe a source of leverage for Berlin, writes Constanze Stelzenmüller

McDonald’s linked to EU tax scandal

Fast-food group accused of avoiding €1bn of taxes by funnelling royalties through Luxembourg

Greece — one hurdle cleared, more to come

Deal may have spared risk of bank runs but plenty of risks loom

Greece suspends football league matches

Decision follows upsurge in violence at games

EU set to act on Gazprom antitrust case

Officials say showdown with Russian energy group imminent

Tory statesman Hague bows out

Former Conservative party leader says he got top job ‘too soon’

German MPs urged to be tough with Greece

Business lobby’s warning reflects doubts about extended bailout

Ex-Greek minister tried over HSBC accounts

Papaconstantinou denies removing relatives from ‘Lagarde List’