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Why These Greek Euro Coins Could Be Worth Thousands

Two Germans are raising eyebrows in the world of numismatics after listing two 2-euro coins on eBay with an asking price of several thousand euros. The...

Cyprus Records EU’s Largest Unemployment Annual Fall, Data Reveals

Yet more positive news from Cyprus as the unemployment on the island has dropped from 10.5 percent in August 2017 to 7.5 percent in August...

Report: Greek Crisis Damaged EMU in Non-Eurozone States

The Greek crisis that kept politicians busy in the summer of 2015 has fuelled particularly negative sentiments among business leaders from the non-eurozone countries,...

New 20 Euro Bill to Begin Circulating by the End of November

  A new 20 euro bill will hit the streets of the Eurozone member state on November 25. The new bill, which marks the first replacement of...

Luxembourg Takes Over EU Presidency at Critical Moment

Luxembourg, a founding member state of the EU, is taking over the six-month rotating presidency of the Council for the 12th time, from 1 July to 31 December 2015.

25 Years Later: DIW Berlin’s Experts Analyse German and European Monetary Union

Was the design of German monetary union flawed? Was it a mistake to adopt the euro? On the occasion of this historically important date, experts at DIW Berlin addressed these questions.

Here’s How the EU Plans to Strengthen Europe’s Monetary Union

Today, the five Presidents – European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, together with the President of the Euro Summit, Donald Tusk, the President of the...

Greece Is Just the Start of Europe’s Problems

As we hold our breath and wait for the eventual outcome of the Greek bail-out negotiations, it’s tempting to see Europe’s challenges as purely economic in nature.

Germans Choose Greece For Their Holidays

The charm of Greece’s magnificent landscapes, embellished with golden beaches stretching along over many kilometers, azure skies, crystal clear waters and picturesque islands, drew around 2.5 million...

Only A Marshall Plan Can Save the Euro

The European Investment Bank should use its financial power to make investments in infrastructure not only jumpstart the sinking Greece economy but also many other recession-plagued countries across the Continent.