Britain’s messy divorce from the Europe Union could further damage the currency area’s slowing economy: European Central Bank
Chinese exports slumped 4.4 percent in December from a year earlier, marking the worst performance in dollar terms since 2016.
Yellow Vests Gather Across France for Ninth Weekend of Protests
ECB's Villeroy Says Wait Until Spring for Policy News Amid Risks
Macron’s Push for Affirmative Action Tests a Pillar of French Identity
Ministers used broadcast appearances to promote Macron’s plan for three months of discussions in town halls and online.
Le Maire Says France Sticks to Its Growth Outlook as Risks Rise
Carlos Ghosn will attend a hearing of the Tokyo district court Monday.
Euro-Area Economy on Weak Footing Faces 2019 Uncertainties
Macron Ends Annus Horribilis, Calls on the Efforts of All French
France Deploying Extra Security for New Year's Celebrations
Increased tax scrutiny is Macron’s latest effort to respond to Yellow Vests’ anger over inequality and the high cost of living.
French Economy Ends 2018 Weakened as Protests Bruise Consumers
Macron's Little Helper CEOs Spread Holiday Cheer With Bonuses
After Yellow Vests, Macron Faces Even Tougher Battle With Unions
Yellow Vests Derail France’s Economy as Output Shrinks
France to Cut Spending, Raise Taxes on Companies for Macron Plan
Future of ‘Macronomics’ Tested by Violence on French Streets
Yellow Vest Protests Put a Dent in French Economic Growth
The euro area’s top two economies painted a mixed picture for the start to the final quarter of 2018.
Macron's Concession to Protesters Risks Fiscal Credibility