Greek Exit Fears Loom Again
Depending on the result of the review to be conducted this week by the troika, Greece could end up being ridden right out of the eurozone.
German Parliament Wants Input on EU Deals
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party has fired a shot across the bow of future European Union deals: It wants more say in any agreements with European partners, and intends that all future such arrangements must be approved by Parliament.
German Rift Threatens Euro Zone
Juergen Stark's sudden departure from his post at the European Central Bank (ECB) over the issue of buying bonds from troubled euro zone countries has led to wider problems, both in the zone and at home in Germany.
German Cabinet Approves Bigger Rescue Fund
The members of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet gritted their teeth and passed a measure on Wednesday that would provide for a larger rescue fund in response to the euro zone debt crisis.