Germany is the biggest country in the eurozone. Berlin's Euro policy has far-reaching implications.
Eurozone banks have received the results of a stress test undertaken by the European Central Bank. The examination was designed to show how each bank would fare in the event of another financial crisis. Any banks that fail will have to prove they can raise extra funds within the next few weeks.
Stimulus efforts such as lowered interest rates, cheap loans for banks and the ECB's bond purchases are designed to put more money in circulation. But many believe all they do is defer risks. We talk to Martin Hellmich from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management about whether the ECB's fiscal policy will help the eurozone.