ATHENS/BRUSSELS - Greece blew hot and cold with its euro zone partners on Tuesday as it struggled to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch this month, when it must make a big debt repayment to the IMF as cash reserves dry up. | Video
BRUSSELS - Euro zone economic growth will be stronger than previously expected this year thanks to cheaper oil, a weaker euro, stable global growth and supportive fiscal and monetary policies, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
PARIS - ECB governing council member Christian Noyer warned on Tuesday that diverging euro zone and U.S. monetary policies could present a risk of instability for jittery financial markets.
BRUSSELS - Athens must take major steps to compromise with its international creditors but a Greek exit from the euro zone is not an option, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday.
WARSAW - Central European manufacturing growth slowed in April reflecting a similar weakening in the euro zone, surveys showed on Monday, but analysts said it was not enough to undermine a positive growth outlook for the region.
ATHENS - Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis enjoys the support of the prime minister and will take part in the next meeting of euro zone finance ministers, government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis told reporters on Monday.
FRANKFURT - European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio said he was confident Athens and its creditors will agree a deal to avoid Greece leaving the euro zone.
LONDON - Euro zone manufacturing growth eased in April but factories raised prices for the first time in
BERLIN - Sentiment in the euro zone weakened slightly in May but analysts and investors were more upbeat about the current situation than at any point since mid-2011, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting they are generally brushing off the Greek crisis.
ROME - Italian manufacturing expanded at its fastest rate for a year in April, a survey showed on Monday, bolstering hopes of a recovery in the euro zone's third-largest economy.
BERLIN - Germany's Lufthansa , rocked by a fatal plane crash at the end of March and trying to end a long-running dispute with its pilots, struck a cautious tone on 2015 profit expectations despite reporting a smaller first quarter loss. | Video
RIYADH - France is in talks to agree billions of euros worth of contracts in Saudi Arabia that could be completed quickly, ranging from defence to civil aviation, transport and energy, the French government said on Tuesday.
ROME - Around forty migrants died in the Mediterranean on Sunday, according to survivors of the journey who arrived on the southern Italian island of Sicily on Tuesday, local Save the Children spokeswoman Giovanna Di Benedetto said. | Video