A euro on two gears can save the unity of the euro zone and prepare the ground for tangible recovery in Europe.
There are a number of political motivations behind a potential bailout of the EU by the wealthy Germany.
By using austerity and stimulus in those economies with dismal and strong structural integrity, respectively, recognizes the differences within the Eurozone and can produce long-term stability.
With agreement on proposals for tighter financial controls in the EU, Germany and France can move member states forward — without the UK's help.
Over 60% of Greek voters said no to austerity measures by the EU and the IMF in the last elections. What does that mean?
Whether Syriza or New Democracy win, expect markets to react quickly.
It is in both Greece and the Eurozone’s best interest for an immediate Greek default on its sovereign debt.
Time is running out for the EU. Germany is the key, so we should know what it wants to bail out the Union.