The European Crisis Timeline
Aug 22 2016
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will meet on the small Italian island of Ventotene on Aug. 22 to discuss plans for the European Union without the United Kingdom, The Guardian reported.
Aug 18 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Council President Donald Tusk will meet the evening of Aug. 18 near Berlin to prepare for an upcoming EU summit on the Brexit to be held in Bratislava in the middle of September, EU Observer reported Aug. 18.
Aug 16 2016
A rift between the party's moderate and extreme factions could hurt its performance in upcoming parliamentary elections.
Aug 16 2016
Several unnamed large investment banks headquartered in London are making plans to relocate to the European mainland in the wake of the Brexit, Bloomberg reported Aug. 16.
Aug 14 2016
The country has a lot to lose from the United Kingdom's departure from the Continental bloc.
Aug 12 2016
But the region will have difficulty taking charge of Europe's political process while it remains economically and politically fragile.
Aug 11 2016
The Continent is breaking apart, and France is caught in the middle.
Aug 10 2016
Oslo may be sending a message to London that if the United Kingdom wishes to join the EFTA, it will not be able to do so unilaterally.
Aug 09 2016
Until the United Kingdom and European Union settle the terms of their relationship, uncertainty will put a drag on their economies.
Aug 08 2016
What once appeared to be a low-risk way of boosting Renzi's popularity is now threatening to topple his administration.
Aug 02 2016
Political risk and slowing economies will continue to create challenges for banks across the Continent in the months ahead.
Aug 01 2016
Stress tests highlight lingering issues that have made making a profit in the sector a challenge.