Advertisement
This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 17 September, 2019

#Eurozone

From TheJournal.ie Candidates are out making their last pitches for your vote before the broadcast ban kicks in Last Day

Candidates are out making their last pitches for your vote before the broadcast ban kicks in

Meanwhile more than 2,000 people on islands off the west coast are entitled to vote today.

From The42 Uefa set to launch third European club competition Eurozone

Uefa set to launch third European club competition

It’s about time the Intertoto Cup was brought back.

From TheJournal.ie Eight years and €289 billion later, Greece exits its final bailout today Join The Club This post contains videos

Eight years and €289 billion later, Greece exits its final bailout today

The country is not out the woods though and its people are still feeling austerity.

From The42 'We need to see if we have learned those lessons, so it's a huge week for us' Crunch Time

'We need to see if we have learned those lessons, so it's a huge week for us'

The painful memories of two semi-final defeats last year are driving Leinster on towards Scarlets this weekend.

From The42 Connacht handed tough draw in next season's Challenge Cup Euro Trips

Connacht handed tough draw in next season's Challenge Cup

The western province will be in a pool with Brive, Worcester Warriors and Oyonnax.

From TheJournal.ie If Marine Le Pen wins election, her prime minister will be a far-right eurosceptic Two Of A Kind
From TheJournal.ie Euro surges despite Le Pen making second round of French elections Macron Economics

Euro surges despite Le Pen making second round of French elections

The French vote was being closely watched as a bellwether for populist sentiment.

From TheJournal.ie Greek Finance Minister takes sly dig at creditors by sending Scrooge-themed Christmas cards Ghost Of Bailouts Past

Greek Finance Minister takes sly dig at creditors by sending Scrooge-themed Christmas cards

Euclid Tsakalotos said “our wishes go beyond all the Ebenezers of this world.”

From The42 Tough Champions League opener for Wexford Youths but reasons for optimism Eurozone

Tough Champions League opener for Wexford Youths but reasons for optimism

The dominant force in Irish women’s football have two more group matches this week.

From TheJournal.ie 'Good for Ireland': Germany's top court rules that the ECB can 'print money' Make Money Money

'Good for Ireland': Germany's top court rules that the ECB can 'print money'

The challenge to the bond-buying plan could have ended the single currency.

From TheJournal.ie You better spend your €500 notes quickly, the big purple one could soon be scrapped Black Market

You better spend your €500 notes quickly, the big purple one could soon be scrapped

The note is seemingly being “used more for hiding things than buying them”.

From TheJournal.ie We've found 73 MILLION old £20 notes behind the couch since the euro arrived Cash In The Attic

We've found 73 MILLION old £20 notes behind the couch since the euro arrived

€4.1 billion in punts, overall. That’s a hell of a lot of Communion money.

From TheJournal.ie These are 5 things that could wreck Ireland's economy all over again Deja Vu

These are 5 things that could wreck Ireland's economy all over again

The OECD has a lot to say about where the country is headed in its latest survey.

From TheJournal.ie Greek rebels form new party ahead of snap election What Next?

Greek rebels form new party ahead of snap election

It’s called Popular Unity.

From TheJournal.ie Tsipras 'doesn't regret' leading Greece into third multi-billion euro bailout Vote Passed

Tsipras 'doesn't regret' leading Greece into third multi-billion euro bailout

The country’s parliament has approved the deal after all-night talks.

From TheJournal.ie Greece has reached a deal with its lenders. Here's what it means Bailout

Greece has reached a deal with its lenders. Here's what it means

After night long talks with bailout negotiators at a central Athens hotel, the new multibillion-euro bailout deal has been closed.

From TheJournal.ie Varoufakis could face treason charges for planning alternative currency Eurozone

Varoufakis could face treason charges for planning alternative currency

His immunity to prosecution as a member of parliament must be revoked first.

From TheJournal.ie Greek banks reopen as citizens face massive price hikes Open For Business

Greek banks reopen as citizens face massive price hikes

Greeks will be able to withdraw up to €420 at once per week.

From TheJournal.ie There are 3 big obstacles Greece needs to clear before getting more bailout cash Olympic Feat

There are 3 big obstacles Greece needs to clear before getting more bailout cash

Politics could still stymie the country’s third rescue package.

From TheJournal.ie Merkel turns the screw as Greece faces intense pressure to accept tough reforms and austerity measures Do As We Say

Merkel turns the screw as Greece faces intense pressure to accept tough reforms and austerity measures

Tonight’s talks have been described as a “mental waterboarding” of the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

From TheJournal.ie Greece latest: Eurozone ministers to make 'major' decision tomorrow Feta-compli?

Greece latest: Eurozone ministers to make 'major' decision tomorrow

The country is looking for a €53 billion bailout.

From TheJournal.ie What happens to currencies when they die? Opinion

What happens to currencies when they die?

We pursue it, discuss it, count it and obsess over it… but do we ever really think about what ‘money’ is?

From TheJournal.ie Hold onto your hats: there's to be ANOTHER European summit this coming Sunday to discuss Greece Tick Tock

Hold onto your hats: there's to be ANOTHER European summit this coming Sunday to discuss Greece

But according to European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, Greece has until 8.30am on Friday at the latest to submit its final proposals.

From TheJournal.ie The Greek people have said no – so what's next? Opinion

The Greek people have said no – so what's next?

Yesterday’s result will have inspired millions across Europe that the forces of the 1% can be taken on.

From TheJournal.ie It’s time to let Greece – and the euro – go Opinion

It’s time to let Greece – and the euro – go

The Greek problem will never be solved within the eurozone. It’s time to let them leave the euro, default on their loans, and try to rebuild from there with the drachma.

From TheJournal.ie Greek PM Tsipras speaks to 25,000 as food and medicine supplies run low To The Streets

Greek PM Tsipras speaks to 25,000 as food and medicine supplies run low

Around 25,000 people gathered to hear PM Alexis Tsipras speak this evening.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you worried about Greece leaving the eurozone? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about Greece leaving the eurozone?

European finance ministers are on edge – are you concerned?

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Is the Greek government right to hold a referendum on its bailout deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is the Greek government right to hold a referendum on its bailout deal?

Tsipras is going to let the people decide – is that the right thing to do?

From TheJournal.ie Is Greece about to kiss the euro goodbye? State Of The Nation

Is Greece about to kiss the euro goodbye?

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

From TheJournal.ie Five reasons Ireland should be supporting Greece Opinion

Five reasons Ireland should be supporting Greece

Our Finance Minister has sided with the most hardline of Greece’s creditors this week – and that’s wrong, writes Ronan Burtenshaw.

From TheJournal.ie 'The last thing the government wants to see is Greece get a better deal than they could' State Of The Nation

'The last thing the government wants to see is Greece get a better deal than they could'

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

From TheJournal.ie Ireland is now really thinking about what happens if Greece leaves the eurozone Plan B

Ireland is now really thinking about what happens if Greece leaves the eurozone

The government has confirmed talks with the Central Bank and the NTMA about the implications of Greece exiting the eurozone.

From TheJournal.ie Greek banks could be just days away from running out of money Default

Greek banks could be just days away from running out of money

The European Central Bank is due to hold an emergency meeting this morning.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland must be doing well - we've been buying a shedload of new cars Vroom Vroom

Ireland must be doing well - we've been buying a shedload of new cars

And we sure do like our Volkswagens…

From TheJournal.ie Greece has been secretly putting together a plan to bring back the drachma Old Money

Greece has been secretly putting together a plan to bring back the drachma

But the government insists it will be able to pay its debts on time.

From TheJournal.ie Germany is laughing all the way to the jobs office Wunderbar

Germany is laughing all the way to the jobs office

The country’s unemployment figures for March were the best since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

From TheJournal.ie The best way to boost Europe's economy? 'Give everyone €175 each month' QE

The best way to boost Europe's economy? 'Give everyone €175 each month'

What would you spend the money on?

From TheJournal.ie Here's what Europe would look like if it were redrawn based on debt per person Do I Look Fat In This?

Here's what Europe would look like if it were redrawn based on debt per person

Ireland is looking pretty ‘big-boned’…

From TheJournal.ie Greece really, really wants to stay in the Eurozone after all Greece Lightnin'

Greece really, really wants to stay in the Eurozone after all

Syriza’s aggressive stance continues to soften in the wake of its loans being extended by the ECB

From TheJournal.ie Greece should take Ireland's 'middle road' on debt - not the 'nuclear option' Noonanomics

Greece should take Ireland's 'middle road' on debt - not the 'nuclear option'

The Finance Minister was interviewed on Bloomberg about the future of the eurozone and other things…

1 2 3 4 5