On the border between the Republic of Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland, a difference in currencies has Irish shoppers flocking north for great deals. Christopher Werth reports.
Earlier today, the European Commission predicted the recession in the E.U. and the Eurozone will end in the third quarter of this year. But there's still a great deal of uncertainty towards economic growth. Christopher Werth reports.
How are France and Germany experiencing economic growth? Christopher Werth reports.
Britain is signing a deal with Liechtenstein that will flush out wealthy tax evaders. Christopher Werth reports.
Even though British manufacturing numbers are up and consumer spending is doing better than expected, the Bank of England held its interest rates steady last week and is pouring billions more into the British economy. Why? Chistopher Werth reports.
Exports in Germany jumped 7% in June, and industrial orders continued to rise. Christopher Werth reports on whether the country is headed toward a V-shaped recovery.
The Bank of England has already injected over $200 billion into the U.K.'s economy. Now it's decided to increase that program by adding nearly $85 billion more. Is it worth it? Christopher Werth reports.