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Postcard from... Brussels

The eurozone is getting a new member, and with Latvia’s entry comes a new coin that could rattle around in pockets from the southern shores of Cyprus to the northern reaches of Finland.

The IMF raised UK economic growth forecast to 0.9% but has cut its prediction for global growth

IMF raises UK economic growth forecast to 0.9% but cuts prediction for global growth

Boost for George Osborne's deficit-busting plans as it almost entirely reverses the IMF's earlier growth forecast cuts

Angela Merkel hosts jobless summit in shadow of Portugal crisis

Germany's Angela Merkel will discuss with EU leaders in Berlin today how to tackle chronic youth unemployment at a summit critics say is a pre-election public relations exercise.

Resist this cross-border bullying of Cyprus

The real issue here is the moral behaviour of large nations towards smaller ones

Facebook twins launch Bitcoin investment fund

The Olympian twins famed for suing Mark Zuckerberg have released plans to float a trust based on digital currency Bitcoin.

The €200 note became a favourite for money-launderers

Just what the euro needs - another new member with a creaking economy

Croatia already effectively lives with interest rate decisions made by the European Central Bank so it might as well sign up for full membership

David Cameron hits out at 'frustrating EU'

David Cameron has lashed out at the “immensely frustrating” way the European Union works, complaining that he had to “lock and load” every time he came to summits.

Boost to German morale raises hopes for end to eurozone recession

Hopes that the eurozone can pull out of its lingering recession were boosted yesterday when German business morale rose for the second month in a row.

Footsie at a 5-month low amid new eurozone fear

The FTSE 100 index hit a 5-month low yesterday as it ended a fifth successive week of losses, while disruption in Greece signalled there could be more turmoil ahead.

Andy McSmith's Diary: Why we have one good reason for being thankful for Gordon Brown...

Poor old Gordon Brown. Scottish television has just shown an extract from a play by Kevin Toolis, The Confessions of Gordon Brown, that will have its premiere at the Edinburgh Festival. Its premise is that Gordon Brown was our greatest failure as Prime Minister in 200 years.

Angela Merkel

Court to consider legality of ECB policy that saved the eurozone

Crisis could be reignited if Germany’s highest court rules against the European Central Bank

French president Francois Hollande tells Japan that eurozone crisis is over

French President Francois Hollande sought reassure Japanese business leaders on Saturday that the eurozone debt crisis is over, but acknowledged that steps to boost the region's growth and competitiveness need to be taken.

Mario Draghi, the President of the ECB

European Central Bank leaves interest rates unchanged, leaving unconventional measures to kick eurozone out of recession 'on the shelf'

The European Central Bank has left interest rates unchanged, admitting it has discussed a number of policy options in case the eurozone fails to emerge from recession later in the year.

Hamish McRae: Interest rates are on the way up at last … but don't hold your breath

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