The lost decade of Europe is looming, writes Jack Ewing. With all eurozone countries minus Germany hurtling towards a recession, what does this mean for the millions of residents still struggling to find work?
The Greek bailout is merely an exercise in wishful thinking -- that, first, 95% of bondholders will accept it and second that Greece’s economy will return to growth sometime next year.
Sales of Apple's iPhones are dropping in Europe due to the economic crisis and the lower prices of rival smart phones. The new iPhone 4S helped sales in the US and Britain, but failed to excite the rest of Europe.
In the past, the ratification of EU treaties by individual states has often been a timely and frustrating process. The new "Merkozy" plan will be no different, writes Keshia Jacotine.
Can the euro bounce back from the crashing markets, the huge national debt and the expensive bailout schemes? Economist blogger R.A. says the European Central Bank needs to move now, or it'll be too late to save the currency.
Crikey media wrap: Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's vow to take the latest Eurozone debt plan to a referendum has thrown other European leaders and its markets into a panic.
The money men who lend to governments had their first real opportunity on Friday to pass judgment on the latest extend and pretend European sovereign debt solution. Richard Farmer looks at what the commentariat are saying.
The markets have seized on the latest European deal with relief. But it's another confection, and a humiliating one at that, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
Crikey media wrap: After 10 hours of negotiations, European leaders finally agreed on a bailout plan to cope with the eurozone debt crisis. The news was enough to rally world markets.