Athens faces prospect of running out of money unless it can convince lenders to agree to more financial help
Intervention will help Government’s bid for budget flexibility
An accidental exit from the eurozone is quite likely – not because Greece or its partners want it
Analysis: State should avoid eroding its revenue-raising capacity
Central Bank figures show outstanding amount of loans falling
Latest data from Eurostat show slump in euro-area consumer prices eased in March
Official figures also show that GDP per head in 2014 rose by 2.2 per cent.
Numbers out of work decreased by 15,000 to 2.798 m in March
Northern Ireland was only region bar Scotland in the UK to show evidence of a rise
Moderation in prices does not mark period of sustained decline, says Conall MacCoille
Ireland may be able to recover about half of the very large sum needed to recapitalise the banks
EU Commission says constructive talks still under way in bid to break deadlock
Whatever your view of Obamacare, one indisputable fact is that it is costing taxpayers much less than expected
ADB says it might co-operate with new China-led development bank
Country’s economy strengthens as inflation rate turns positive for the first time in three months
But costs still among the top 10 in the EU, new survey from Eurostat shows
Greece is in danger of sinking under the burden of its debt, putting repayments of about €500 bn owed in jeopardy
Pledge to hold referendum on EU membership will subject business to uncertainty
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