IMF report affirms dollar’s supremacy

Dollar resumes its downward pressure on the euro

Ingram Pinn illustration

A mishap should not seal Greece’s fate

Accidental exit from the eurozone is quite likely — not because Greece or its partners want it

German MP quits in Greek bailout revolt

Resignation underlines unease over rescues

Mifid II needs to uphold spirit of reform

Esma urged to ensure open access

EU organised crime worth €110bn a year

Illicit markets, including drugs, are equivalent to 1% of EU GDP

Clegg set to exact EU referendum price

Lib Dems expected to demand vote for foreign bloc nationals

Bumpy start for Labour business launch

Executives complain about being dragged into political domain

Irish celebrate end to EU milk quotas

Nation’s aim is to emulate New Zealand’s dairy success

A continent enfeebled by economic crisis

The EU’s 2003 document was a classic ‘soft power’ statement, writes Tony Barber

Alarm over record migration challenged

Number of lower-skilled EU arrivals has declined, study shows

Migration alarm clouds brighter picture

Jobs are key draw for smaller number of better-qualified workers

Greece battles to unlock bailout cash

Labour and pension reforms missing from Athens’ proposals

Eurozone’s real problems are hidden

The most important adjustment that needs to take place is a convergence of prices and labour costs

BoE and ECB settle four-year battle over City clearing houses

Deal protects London’s role in single market outside the euro and gives Brussels greater supervision

Greek exit fears climb eurozone agenda

Quantitative easing ‘artificially’ masks pain, says economist

What business wants from the UK election

FTSE 100 chiefs give views on parties and policies

Ecommerce sector faces Brussels probe

Commission aims to look at factors hampering single online market

Kosovars flee bleak economy

Country plagued by graft and crime and has few natural resources

Hungary bows to EU on nuclear fuel deal

Orban government halves length of Russian supply contract

Europe crisis spurs corruption crackdown

Jaded voters run out of patience with politicians

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