Greece: Anti-austerity protesters eye post-bailout battle
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Athens and other cities, vowing to challenge austerity measures after the bailout ends in a few months
Greece beats budget target as it looks to post-bailout era
Greece has beaten bailout budget targets for a third successive year and eased its massive debt burden by a fraction
The Latest: Eurozone survey points to solid economic growth
A closely watched survey suggests the eurozone economy continued to grow at a solid pace in April but that the pace of expansion has eased in recent months.
Eurozone interest rates could stay frozen well into 2019
Weaker signals from the economy and worries about a trade war between the United State and China mean the European Central Bank is in no hurry at all to start withdrawing its monetary stimulus.
The Latest: At finance meet, Germany opposes protectionism
The head of the International Monetary Fund is urging countries to work out their differences over trade
A willingness to fix the euro's flaws is fading fast
When Angela Merkel was finally re-elected as Germany's leader in March, the way looked open for Europe's leaders to patch the cracks in the shared euro currency _ flaws that threatened to break the euro apart in 2010-12
Germany's Merkel appears open to compromise on EU reforms
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has signaled her willingness to find compromises with France when it comes to reforming the European Union, as she hosted French President Emmanuel Macron for talks in Berlin
IMF: A major trade rift could imperil solid global economy
IMF, on eve of meetings, foresees bright outlook for US and global economies this year
The Latest: Danish PM backs call to consult EU citizens more
Denmark's Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen has welcomed the speech by French President Emmanuel Macron to the European Parliament, saying it was "good to hear" him "calling for consulting citizens on EU's future."
Trade fears weigh on outlook in export champ Germany
Fears about international trade conflict and the conflict in Syria have sent the outlook lower among finance professionals in Germany