Transferwise is a peer-to-peer foreign exchange company eyeing up a bigger chunk of the market.
Chairwoman of Düsseldorf's German-Greek Association has said the media is partly to blame for the letter.
First budget surplus at all levels of government since reunification leaves Germany economically sound amid EU uncertainty.
But does it prove conspiracy theorists right?
The director of the IFS is on a mission to make politicians come clean on their spending plans.
The removal of the currency's pegging against the euro through markets into turmoil yesterday.
Currency speculators are staring massive losses in the face after the Swiss National Bank removed a three-year-old cap on the currency.
Declining prices usually herald trouble, but a unique set of circumstances mean that Spain's economy is surging.
Prices fell from last year across Europe, a phenomenon which could stunt growth for years to come
'FatCat' Tuesday highlights the huge pay gap between top executives and the rest of British society
The digital currency has faced scandals, theft and a lack of attention over the last twelve months
The OECD report shows rising equality over the last 20 years, and disputes the principle of 'trickle down' economics
According to a report, public expenditure will fall by £23.5 billion by 2019-20, its lowest level in 80 years
An ageing population and the lowest birthrate in Europe are leading to a shortage of skilled workers
The recession comes nearly two years after Shinzo Abe returned to power promising to revive the economy
The former anonymous online drug marketplace may have been rebranded and is open for business again, according to new reports.
The Russian ruble fell to record lows early on Friday and many analysts fear that a continuing decline could spark a major currency crisis in Russia
Financial investors stepped up hedging against sharp fluctuations in the value of the pound as Scots began to vote in the independence referendum
The UK government has promised new powers and greater autonomy for Scotland if it votes to stay in the union
Economic forum expected to forge deal on 'bail-in' bond cushion for banks by November
India's first prime minister born after independence has the tough task of transforming a developing economy into a truly modern success story