‘END OF THE EURO!’ Juncker warns Italy budget could DESTROY common currency

Jean-Claude Juncker/Matteo Salvini (Image: GETTY) ITALY could bring down the eurozone if it pushes through its controversial budget for 2019, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has warned. The cash-strapped country’s new populist coalition government is threatening to rip up previous budget agreements with Brussels and aim instead for a public deficit of 2.4 per cent... Continue Reading →

Pension surge in run up to EU vote

Pension savers ignore EU scar tactics and pump more money into retirement funds. They are brazenly ignoring Project Fear warnings of a financial slowdown if Britons vote to leave the European Union – because they do not think they are true. Sixty per cent of investors expect no negative effects on their pensions in the aftermath of... Continue Reading →

Final nail in the coffin: Greece faces financial meltdown AGAIN amid threat of end of Euro

Greek leaders have failed to make enough progress on reforms aimed at bringing down their monstrous debt after multi-billion pound bailouts last summer. And now begging Athens chiefs have reached stalemate in negotiations with creditors to decide how to claw back financial stability. The three main lenders - the eurozone, the European Central Bank and the International... Continue Reading →

Terms of bailout pushes Greek banks to the brink of meltdown as long queues form at country’s cashpoints

Greek banks were on the brink of meltdown last night after the shock announcement that its crisis-hit government would hold a referendum on the terms of a fresh international bailout. Long queues formed outside the country’s cashpoints after prime minister Alexis Tsipras accused the International Monetary Fund and eurozone of trying to blackmail his country –... Continue Reading →

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