Workers who rely on shuttling across frontiers in Central Europe face a difficult dilemma now that the coronavirus pandemic has seen several countries shut their borders
EU leaders have sought to reassure business and markets they will do what it takes to protect the bloc’s economy from the effects of the deadly coronavirus epidemic
Financial markets have shuddered as the coronavirus outbreak spreads worldwide, but analysts doubt it will plunge the global economy into a crisis
Britain's exit from the EU has sparked fears of disruption to its electricity market, amid fears of higher bills, power cuts and stalled de-carbonisation efforts
Portugal has voted on Sunday and unlike European trends, the ruling Socialists, led by Prime Minister Antonio Costa, have won in the parliamentary elections and so they have regained power.
The World Trade Organization has given Washington the green light to slap annual tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of EU goods in retaliation for the bloc's illegal support of Airbus