Tensions over migration: Barbed rhetoric

Nationalist and anti-immigrant sentiment in central and eastern European countries are threatening the spirit of EU unity

Four scenarios threatening Schengen zone

Migrant crisis and Paris attacks prompt return of border controls

Refugee flow threatens EU, says Dutch PM

Europe must control borders or face Roman empire fate, says Rutte

Cameron’s Dutch ally warns on Brexit talks

Rutte says insistence on guarantees could scupper EU deal

Brussels warns Italy on banking union

Juncker makes appeal days after Rome clears recapitalisation

Emerging market woes weigh on eurozone

ECB’s Financial Stability Review says vulnerabilities stemming from EM economies have increased

Merkel defends open-door refugee policy

Chancellor stands firm after France joins call for curbs

Corporate tax: The $240bn black hole

Pfizer-Allergan merger is set to increase calls for the US to close inversion loopholes, and for the OECD to get tough on avoidance

Belgian unity gives way to bickering

Crisis is Michel’s first test since coming to power last year

Delay sets back Cameron’s EU reform plan

Prolonging talks into 2016 narrows referendum date options

Brussels plans for bank guarantee fund

Deposit guarantee seen as ‘final pillar’ in EU banking union

Belgian police capture Paris attack suspect

Unidentified man charged; US issues global travel alert

Italy squares up to bad loans problem

Bank resolution fund will raise €3.6bn to restructure four lenders

Metals hit multiyear lows as dollar gains

Eurofirst 300 weighed down by softness in oil and gas producers

Portugal president urges EU compliance

Costa tasked with producing ‘a credible government solution’

Brussels undaunted by security lockdown

Residents respond to terror threat by tweeting cat pictures

Eurozone economic activity at 4-year high

Purchasing managers’ index hits 54.4, up from 53.9 in October

CBI confident of trumping eurosceptics

Employers’ group under attack for its pro-EU views

End the folly of a borderless Europe

There are two fixes, repair Schengen or revert to national systems

Bond issuance in euros hits six-year high

Investment grade companies scramble to sell debt ahead of any ECB QE2

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