All eyes on the ECB
It has been a strong showing for European equities in recent weeks, with the European Central Bank (ECB)'s policy action – and the rate cut in the US – all helping to lift shares higher.
'Significant eurozone reform' on the cards
If you had not been paying attention to financial markets for quite a few years and then – from this position of naivety – had looked at the eurozone, your likely conclusion would be that the region's equity bourses were offering tremendous value.
Europe faces several challenges, specifically German manufacturing, trade wars and Italian budgetary pressures.
Former UK Chancellor thinks he is a strong candidate
Review to complete by year-end
Statutory instruments to be enforced from 29 March
European Commission relents to pressure
Growth projected to fall throughout the bloc
Tit-for-tat rhetoric doing little to ease tensions within bloc
Clash over regulation continues
Concerns about negotiators
Hope amid trade war and Brexit concerns
'New phase' in transatlantic relations
US large cap ETFs see outflows
Failure to layout framework for temporary permissions regime
'Take this very seriously'
Fears of trade war resurface
To help consumers make better investment decisions
European Commission: proposals will make cross-border distribution ‘simpler, quicker and cheaper’
European Commission's Action Plan released
Luxembourg to become head office for EU business
'Extra layer of regulation'