Latvia adopts the euro on January 1. Many people are unhappy but industrialists are glad the wait is over.
Markets have not shown any signs of panic after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign following a solid defeat on constitutional reform. Even the euro tanked only temporarily.
When Matteo Renzi took office, he promised to wreck the old structures that have been slowing Italy down for decades. But on Sunday he was hit by the wrecking ball himself, writes Andreas Rostek-Buetti.
Could the EU have mediated in the conflict? Yes, if it had been allowed to do so. Now, though, it must look to the future. There is no alternative to supporting the government in Madrid, writes DW's Bernd Riegert.
Two of France's presidential election candidates want the country to abandon the euro currency. But some economists say 'Frexit' could lead to economic disaster because France is heavily indebted in euros.
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