BBC World Service - Most Recent
Nov 14, 2011
Germany is the biggest economy in Europe and is picking up a the largest portion of the Euro crisis tab, but some critics say it should do more.
Nov 11, 2011
Weeks ago, Moody's put France under observation regarding its credit rating. Now, a false announcement of a downgrade is giving the French government reason to investigate such agencies.
Nov 9, 2011
With the cost of borrowing hitting record highs in Italy, banks, pension funds and insurance companies worry about the repercussions.
Nov 8, 2011
If Silvio Berlusconi is removed from power, it will certainly mark the end of an Italian political era, but it may not do much for the current financial crisis.
Nov 8, 2011
Japanese camera company Olympus has been hiding its financial losses for years by inflating fees to advisers.
Nov 7, 2011
The floods in Thailand have not ended yet, and already computer makers are worried about a lack of parts for the upcoming Christmas season.
Nov 4, 2011
As the G20 summit comes to a close, it is now increasingly possible that Greece might leave the eurozone. Some are looking to the IMF to prevent further damage to the region's economy.
Nov 3, 2011
Reports are out that Cuban citizens can now buy and sell property for the first time since the country's Communist revolution.
Nov 2, 2011
The U.K. isn't in the eurozone, but the effects of the euro crisis are hitting London's street markets, and the wallets of the people who shop there.