11:12 UK time, Friday, 17 October 2014
The prospect of an interest rate rise before the general election has receded sharply, says the Bank of England's chief economist - who warns growth may be low and disappointing over the very long term.
The Irish Republic's exit from its bailout rescue has restored the country's good name and credibility, Taoiseach Enda Kenny says in speech to the nation.
Portugal moves a step closer to exiting its bailout programme, after the international lenders that saved the country from bankruptcy approve a review of the economy six months early.
'We are still trying to recover from the repercussions'
Latvia hopes joining the euro will bring stability
Why the French are turning to fast food
The impact of austerity on the streets of Porto
Facing the worst jobs market in Europe
Is Cyprus's euro membership viable?
Reaction to crisis from Northern Cyprus
More on the deal and impact on Cypriot economy
Cypriots could learn from other financial crises
Bank workers fear for their jobs, savings and pensions
But struggling Slovenia resents comparisons with Cyprus
Bonds, project bonds and eurobonds explained
Where next for Greece and the eurozone?
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