The eurozone common monetary policy is not fit for purpose for all eurozone member states
Eurogroup says Athens's reforms are too optimistic, urges Greece to tackle issues of pensions and labour markets.
Marine Le Pen's Front National is banking on building a base of local officials to become more mainstream.
Organisers Blockupy estimated that about 10,000 demonstrators from across Europe were at the rally.
Plummeting euro value driven by Greek uncertainty and ECB's quantitative easing programme.
Alpine beauty, luxury shopping and now Mandarin-speaking instructors are attracting big spenders in droves.
The investment king has said that he found the country's 'regulatory and legal framework' attractive.
Eurozone stocks would fall and borrowing coasts soar if Athens were to leave the euro, say investors.
The Greek government began negotiations with the head of the eurozone finance ministers in Athens.
The left-wing coalition has softened its anti-euro rhetoric, angering the party's radical wing.
The removal of the currency's pegging against the euro through markets into turmoil yesterday.
Scalise admits it, but three attendees have claimed that he did not speak at the event.
Part of Ireland's €30 billion austerity drive will introduce direct charges on households for water use next year
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
Roughly one in five of the eurozone's top lenders failed landmark health checks at the end of last year but most have since repaired their finances, according to the European Central Bank
President of Poland calls for a discussion on the euro, which "should lead to a decision already after next year's parliamentary elections"
Financial investors stepped up hedging against sharp fluctuations in the value of the pound as Scots began to vote in the independence referendum