The European Central Bank begins supervising the eurozone's banks in November 2014. Between now and then it's making sure they're all robust enough for the markets.
Italy has said the European Central Bank’s approach to reducing non-performing loans in the EU is problematic. The country's banks have the most bad loans in the bloc and Rome wants a slow reduction.
The French President Emmanuel Macron has laid out his vision for a more federal Europe. We look at what he wants and and the chances of it being executed in the face of German reluctance.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, a seasoned stickler, is bidding farewell after eight years. Though anyone in the EU looking forward to a future of more debt may be cheering too soon, writes Bernd Riegert.
Despite the European Central Bank's policy of infusing cash into the economies across the euro area, the bloc's inflation rate stays stubbornly lower than recommended by governors. They even predict a fresh slump.
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