Italy Starts Budget Talks as Investors Send Warning to Populists
France-Italy High-Speed Rail Link May Be Scrapped, Minister Says
Italian Economic Growth Slows to Weakest in Almost Two Years
U.S. and Italy have agreed to step up coordination in Mediterranean to counter terrorism.
Italy's Conte to Meet Trump as Allies Step Up Anti-EU Rhetoric
Governments are stepping up just as central banks crawl away from crisis-era settings.
Draghi Heads for Summer Break With Sun Shining on Euro Economy
Draghi upbeat on inflation outlook as trade tensions ease.
Draghi to Mark Whatever-It-Takes Day by Confirming Exit Path
Protectionism is slowly starting to weigh on the global economy.
German Economy Defies Trade-War Fears as Manufacturing Rebounds
Latvia's Corruption Scandal Is Getting Even Weirder
ECB Is Said to Spar With Governors on Far-Reaching Conduct Plan
Some ECB policymakers say a rate hike may be in the offing in September or October next year.
The ECB raised interest rates in 2008 global recession, it now risks waiting too long to tighten monetary policy.
Citi's Buiter Sees Upside Economic Surprise as Trade Fears Ebb
Here’s are the indicators economists said they are watching most closely to gauge the stress points.
Lagarde Puts Spotlight on Italy Fiscal Plans Ahead of IMF Visit
ECB is expecting to plow at least 160 billion euros ($185 billion) of maturing debt back into bonds next year.
French, Euro-Area Reforms Can't Come Fast Enough for Villeroy
ECB may keep borrowing costs at current lows even after the end of summer next year.