The western city of Frankfurt on the Main River is the fifth-largest city in Germany, with around 700,000 inhabitants. It's one of the world's most important financial centers and a key industry and trade fair location.
The European Central Bank, the German Bundesbank, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and a number of major banks are all based in Frankfurt. This page collates recent DW content on Frankfurt.
A stirring second half comeback from Frankfurt denied Werder Bremen a seventh win in eight matches and kept the Eagles above their opponents. Marco Fabian's penalty sealed the point for Frankfurt in a 2-2 draw.
Bayern Munich taste league defeat for only the second time this season as Hoffenheim beat them courtesy of Andrej Kramaric's first half strike. Elsewhere, there were wins for Borussia Dortmund, Werder Bremen and Cologne.
Speculation over a potential exodus from Europe's Fintech capital remains rife. Some firms are scoping out the alternatives, others are sticking to the mantra "keep calm and carry on," reports Sarah Bradbury from London.
It's not unusual to read negative headlines about Europe and the EU these days. But an initiative called Pulse of Europe is trying to counter euroscepticism and encourage people to stand up for the idea of a united Europe. It was founded in Frankfurt last year and organizes rallies every Sunday in cities not just here in Germany but also in other countries too. Gabriel Borrud reports from Cologne.