Greece heads to crucial referendum

Jul 3, 2015
Greeks' vote Sunday may determine whether they stay in the eurozone.

Is that Greek's finance minister or an action film star?

Feb 11, 2015
Economist Varoufakis radiates "masculinity you usually find only in Greek statues."

Lithuania embraces the Euro

Jan 13, 2015
Lithuania has taken its old currency, the Litas, out of circulation.

The rise of Germany's 'euro-skeptics'

Oct 13, 2014
In the Eurozone's strongest economy, support is rising for a party that wants to pull out of the euro.

Euro zone grows after six quarters of contraction

Aug 14, 2013
It takes two quarters of economic shrinking to be called a recession, but just one quarter of growth to end one.

Euro zone economies shrink for sixth straight quarter

May 15, 2013
France is in recession, while Germany's economy has expanded.

Eurozone pub crawl: How Europeans feel about the crisis

Jun 15, 2012
With economists panicking about the future of Europe, we sent reporter Stephen Beard on a five-nation pub crawl to talk to real people about the future of the eurozone.
Business student David Carraso (right) with fellow student Pierre Renauld at a bar in Paris. The young Frenchmen were very optimistic even in the light of the on-going financial doom and gloom.
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U.S. continues to muddle through recovery

Jun 4, 2012
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Greece’s Groundhog Day

Feb 10, 2012
Sunday the Greek parliament votes on whether or not to accept another round of deep cuts.

Devalue, deflate, inflate or default

Jan 13, 2012
France and Austria get credit ratings downgrades, and Greece weighs its dwindling options.