Greece says no to the Troika
Greece's new finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, told the visiting head of the Eurozone's group of finance ministers that Greece won't accept another round of budget austerity - and won't allow EU/ECB/IMF bailout inspectors, also known as the "Troika", back into the country.
Spain growing again but jobs still scarce
Recent developments point to a nascent recovery in Spain after the slump which began in 2009. For the first time since then, GDP grew last year - gaining 1 point 4 percent.
Fitur expo highlights Africa tourism problems
With tourism driving recovery it seems fitting that the world's No.2 tourist fair, the Fitur, is held in Madrid. On our visit to the Fitur, we found that global tourism is at record levels, but there's one continent that's facing a problem beyond its control.
Oil industry cutbacks
With oil prices down by 50 percent in six months, cost cutting has begun in earnest across the industry. Most savings will come from the staff. Wage freezes and job cuts are on the cards.
January eurozone price fall accelerates
Eurozone prices fell 0.6 percent over the past 12 months - a faster rate than December. The trend is cause for concern for some economists - it can lead to a cycle of falling wages and falling investment.