Europe is currently facing an economic crisis due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, therefore, the finance ministers in the European Union are trying to find a solution that all member states would agree on.
The new coronavirus has brought social and economic life to its knees across the European Union. However, European leaders have begun laying the foundations for a return to normality as soon as the coronavirus crisis ends.
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
Britain's powerful financial sector is banking on its global appeal to forge new ties and remain an international force after Brexit
European banks are working on a new payment system to challenge the dominance of Visa, Mastercard and technology companies such as Google and PayPal, sources have told AFP
Philip Hammond's decision to resign as Britain's finance minister should Boris Johnson become PM thrusts him into the frontlines of an internal revolt against the likely incoming leader
The finance ministers in the Eurozone have agreed on introducing a budget tool for the 19-member states during a lot of negotiations and discussions. However, a lot of issues remain unclear.
EU finance ministers have agreed on the broad outlines of a eurozone budget, a key reform pushed by Paris that was scaled back amid deep resistance from the Netherlands