German Chancellor Merkel was met by protests in Portugal, where she met with Prime Minister Coelho. Merkel was met with mockery, as she painted a positive picture of the country's future.
Europe's embattled car market has seen its sales figures dwindle in recent years, as the Continent recovered from the global financial crisis. But new figures suggest the worst may be over.
Angela Merkel and Mariano Rajoy have struck a positive note after meetings in Santiago de Compostela. Merkel and Rajoy walked a stretch of the Way of St. James, as Spain starts its own long road to economic recovery.
The European Central Bank is trying to reinvigorate the eurozone economy with low interest rates and billions of euros in fresh credit. For some, its efforts are insufficient. For others they go too far.
Rescuing Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo is costly, but it's a baptism of fire for Europe's reformed financial system, says DW's Henrik Böhme. Lessons have been learned from the eurozone crisis six years ago.
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