Moody's rating agency has downgraded the eurozone rescue fund, the ESM, in the same week that Greece has gotten more bailout money and France's rating was cut. More trouble ahead for the eurozone?
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.
Russia and China plan to break the global monopoly of America's powerful credit ratings agencies. DW columnist Frank Sieren argues the new competition will be good for Europe as well as Asia.
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.
Industrial production across the 18-member eurozone fell sharply in May, stoking fears that economic growth is slowing. France and Portugal as well as Germany were particularly affected.
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