While most Croatians remain divided on the benefits of accession, Croatia’s entry might not be a risk-free bet for the Eurozone.
The crisis triggered last week could lead to snap elections held as early as September, with polls projecting a likely far-right win.
Inflation unexpectedly hit 5 percent last month, a record high for the 19-country currency bloc as supply-chain bottlenecks curtailed the availability of consumer products.
Outlined below is an examination of how central bank digital currencies could resemble and differ from cryptocurrencies and "stablecoin" projects like Facebook-backed Diem.
Can the Italian government turn around the country’s faltering economy by relying on a controversial consultancy firm?
Former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi, known as Super Mario for having rescued the common currency during Europe’s debt crisis, has put together a national unity government involving almost all of Italy's political parties.
The Governing Council holds its next policy meeting on September 12 and has all but promised a stimulus package, with economic growth faltering as a global trade war rumbles on and Germany’s manufacturing sector already in recession.
Key surveys are showing increases in business activity and confidence – not only in Germany, but in other countries in the region.
Italy's third largest bank is struggling, and the country's prime minister has resigned, only to be replaced by a caretaker this week. What does that mean for Italy, its citizens, and for Europe?
Amid heated discussions over low interest rates with Germany, European Central Bank (ECB) keeps interest rates at current levels and head of central bank signals record low rates to remain for long time
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