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Global tensions have convinced politicians that an economically strong and united Europe is more important than a balanced budget
Costs for manufacturing and services companies rise at steepest-ever rate, IHS Markit survey shows
German central banker said to have tired of fighting an often lonely battle over bond buying and negative rates
Bundesbank president was a prominent dissenting voice at the ECB
Central bank increasingly forceful in demanding lenders move more resources to continent
While senior figures forming the new coalition emphasise continuity, some want a less conciliatory foreign policy
Choice of central bank head will send early signal on balance of power between three parties
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
Head of Germany’s central bank was a vocal and often lonely critic of the ECB’s ultra-loose monetary policy
Beijing cements control of key EU infrastructure but locals say they have not seen the investment they expected
Fintech limited to maximum 70,000 new customers a month in long-running BaFin tussle
Morawiecki to address European parliament after triggering constitutional crisis
Central bank examines ways to retain flexibility in bond markets afforded by pandemic relief scheme
What port delays tell us about the pre-pandemic problems of the global economy
European Council chief calls Dutch and Slovenian PMs after rare sparring on social media
EU countries want European Commission to be ready if Britain suspends key part of Brexit deal
But research institutes raise outlook for next year to 4.8% from 3.9%
Brussels and London remain far apart on key aspects of trading arrangements
Negotiation, not confrontation, is needed over post-Brexit trade rules
Brussels says its proposals are a final chance to end bitter trade rift with London
The single currency’s introduction has widened German inequality; reversing that trend is good not only for workers here but across the eurozone, argues Rui Soares.
August decline raises concerns that bloc’s economic rebound may run out of steam
Package from Brussels expected to ease bureaucracy but not address role of European Court of Justice
Dearth of drivers blamed on soaring demand, low wages and poor working conditions
London demands overhaul of Northern Ireland trading deal as Brussels prepares concessions