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Fintech limited to maximum 70,000 new customers a month in long-running BaFin tussle
Morawiecki to address European parliament after triggering constitutional crisis
Central bank examines ways to retain flexibility in bond markets afforded by pandemic relief scheme
European Council chief calls Dutch and Slovenian PMs after rare sparring on social media
But research institutes raise outlook for next year to 4.8% from 3.9%
The single currency’s introduction has widened German inequality; reversing that trend is good not only for workers here but across the eurozone, argues Rui Soares.
August decline raises concerns that bloc’s economic rebound may run out of steam
Dearth of drivers blamed on soaring demand, low wages and poor working conditions
French president bets on nuclear, hydrogen, aerospace and food sectors ahead of election
Vaccination success provides basis for confidence as Rome eyes reforms to unlock €205bn from EU
Some policymakers had pushed for a bigger cut in asset purchases at central bank’s September meeting
Dublin poised to ditch 12.5% rate that has been cornerstone of its economic policy
Rising natural gas prices have helped push eurozone inflation to 13-year high
Economists fear further spiralling increases as 13-year high of 3.4% reached in September
As the government plans a return to normality, it should jettison salary caps
Economists expect overall eurozone inflation to reach 3.3% when figures are released on Friday
Bosses look to new kingmakers — Greens and Free Democrats — to push for a more modern and greener economy
Companies need to work closer with Madrid to tap EU recovery plan funds
President promises not to ‘overreact’ to temporary shocks driving inflation higher
A century after partition, political division remains entrenched in language
Few expected the labour shortages now crimping developed economies — but few also now expect them to end soon
Voters crave stability but they need leadership to fix problems, not just manage crises
Closely watched PMI survey is latest sign of shortages hampering growth and rising inflationary pressures
Given the challenges the EU faces today, a new round of austerity would be calamitous
The city endures after being buffeted by terrorism and the pandemic