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'The economic impact of the lockdown is more severe than we initially expected,' says European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis
'We probably have passed the lowest point. I say that with some trepidation because of course there could be a severe second wave,' says European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde
'Output and demand are still falling, but no longer collapsing,' says Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit
The European Central Bank announces 600 billion euros ($674 billion) more of emergency bond-buying and the scheme's extension until June 2021
The European Central Bank reiterates that more joint action at the European level could keep government debt sustainable for individual nations
A plan to allot 240 billion euros ($260 billion) for credit lines gets approval from eurozone ministers
The European Union estimates that the eurozone economy would shrink by 7.7% in 2020, a 'recession of historic proportions'
In a shock ruling, Germany's Constitutional Court gives the European Central Bank 3 months to clarify key elements of its support to the eurozone
'The euro area is facing an economic contraction of a magnitude and speed that are unprecedented in peacetime,' says European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde
The European Union suffers its sharpest quarter-on-quarter drop in gross domestic product since statistics agency Eurostat began compiling the figures in 1995
Analysis firm IHS Markit says the eurozone's service sector bore the brunt of the hit in April 2020, with hotels, restaurants, and travel-related firms faring the worst
European Union nations seek to bolster their defenses against hostile takeovers that could see key technologies and know-how being lost to countries like China and the United States
The European Central Bank says it is 'responding to the extraordinary levels of volatility recorded in financial markets since the outbreak of the coronavirus'
A statement from European Union trade ministers does not identify potential threats, but participants later make it clear China is the main source of concern
The International Monetary Fund expects the eurozone economy to crash by a staggering 7.5%, a free fall not seen since the 1930s Great Depression
The European Commission is 'working on new financing instruments' to fight the 'unprecedented' coronavirus pandemic
Here's what European Union finance ministers agreed on during a crunch meeting on their economic response to the coronavirus pandemic
The package agreed is worth about 500 billion euros ($546 billion), short of what many observers believe is necessary to restart the European economy when the health crisis recedes
Bickering European Union finance ministers are unable to bridge differences on how to rebuild their economies
This is the European Central Bank's latest move to keep cash flowing through the financial system as the coronavirus pandemic batters the global economy
Here is a summary of the ideas being talked about ahead of a crunch meeting of European Union finance ministers on Tuesday, April 7
Fitch Ratings says it does not see US and EU gross domestic product returning to pre-coronavirus levels until late 2021
The European Central Bank urges banks to lend to households and businesses during the coronavirus pandemic
There is strong criticism in Italy as the European Union has yet to agree on a unified economic response to the coronavirus pandemic
European countries have yet to agree on a unified way to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus
S&P says a 2% recession for Britain and the eurozone would amount to a loss in real GDP of about 420 billion euros ($460 billion) in 2020
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says 'critical assets and technologies' must be protected
Italy, with the backing of France and Spain, wants a massive response from European Union partners. But northern countries, led by Germany and the Netherlands, are not in a hurry.
Figures show a slump in eurozone activity in March 2020 'far exceeding that seen even at the height of the global financial crisis'
The escape clause will allow European Union countries to spend without limit on medical equipment, enforcing containment measures, and expanding hospitals
The European Central Bank eases rules to free up more funds that financial institutions can use for loans to households and corporate customers
The European Central Bank's Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program involves buying government and corporate bonds to keep liquidity flowing
Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, comes under fire for the ECB's response to the novel coronavirus
The European Central Bank launches a flurry of measures to cushion the impact of the coronavirus, including increased bond purchases and cheap loans to banks
Critics question how much more the European Central Bank can do to deal with the economic impact of the novel coronavirus
The International Monetary Fund says Germany, Europe's biggest economy, is laid low by a slumping auto market
An economist says the weak data would strengthen the case of the European Central Bank to announce 'stimulus measures'
The 51-year-old Harvard graduate and former McKinsey consultant has pledged to create jobs and get rid of obstacles to business
The latest data puts consumer prices in the 19-nation single currency bloc even further from the European Central Bank's inflation goal of just below 2.0%
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says the currency union 'is not resilient enough' to emerge unscathed from 'unexpected economic storms'
'For an institution whose decisions have had an impact on the lives of millions of Europeans, there is much about the Eurogroup that is mysterious,' Transparency International says in its report
In Italy, official data shows it shrank 0.2% in the final quarter of last year after a 0.1% drop in the third quarter. The technical definition of a recession is economic contraction for two quarters in a row.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde and the eurozone s 19 finance ministers meet in Luxembourg with hopes riding high that the talks will secure the release of the latest tranche of Greece s 86 billion euro 97 billion bailout agreed in 2015
3rd UPDATE Greece reaches a preliminary deal with its creditors that should pave the way for long awaited debt relief talks the Greek finance minister says
The EU s official journal on January 24 has published pictures of the Vatican s new coins and they show that Pope Francis image has been replaced
Following the latest disbursement approved by the European Stability Mechanism ESM Greece will have received 31 7 billion euros of the 86 billion euro bailout granted in July 2015
Greece s budget deficit has ballooned as it struggles to keep up with mammoth debt payments which the International Monetary Fund believes is unsustainable
The European Commission trims its 2016 forecast to 1 6 citing increased global risks
Prime ministers Matteo Renzi and Shinzo Abe call for greater flexibility on budgetary policies ahead of the G7 Summit
Here s how oil prices exchange rates wages and corporate investment affect inflation