What's next in the Greek drama, and to what extent has Germany profited from loans to Greece? The president of the Centre for European Economic Research, Clemens Fuest, about that subject.
France's economy minister has warned Italy to respect its financial commitments to the EU under "whichever government." Bruno Le Maire said eurozone stability would otherwise be threatened.
Ambitious spending plans by Italy's new coalition, and potentially a political unknown as prime minister, have put investors on edge. Some commentators think the effects will also be felt by the entire eurozone.
While the US economy is strong, a creeping decline in foreign investment indicates that eurozone investors are growing weary of US debt. Should the US care? Lindsey Rae Gjording reports from New York.
Italy's populist government did not just fall from the sky — it was elected. And the incoming leaders could prove to be an explosive force for the European Union. DW's Bernd Riegert asks: What's next?
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