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WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Gives British Pageantry a Modern Glow
A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday married an American actress, in a wedding that brought modern, African-American influences to a centuries-old royal rite.

WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Gave British Pageantry a Modern Glow
A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday married an American actress, in a wedding that brought modern, African-American influences to a centuries-old royal rite.

WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

Britain Puts On a Royal Spectacle for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding
A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II took as his bride an American actress, in a wedding that melded Hollywood glitz and glamour with centuries-old royal traditions.

WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

The Long and Difficult Road to a U.S.-U.K. Trade Deal
Politicians on both sides of the Atlantic, including President Donald Trump, have spoken enthusiastically about a U.S.-U.K. free-trade deal. But a report suggests that such a deal wouldn't be quick or easy.

WSJ Europe
May 18, 2018

Poisoned Ex-Russian Spy Is Discharged From U.K. Hospital
The former Russian spy who was poisoned on U.K. soil more than two months ago has been released from hospital, after a nerve-agent attack that has inflamed tensions with Russia.

WSJ Europe
May 18, 2018

Merkel, Macron Try to Preserve Iran Deal Without Provoking U.S.
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ruled out actions that could put the European Union and the U.S. into a trade war over Iran sanctions, laying bare the limits of Europe's ability to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal.

WSJ Europe
May 17, 2018

Macedonia, Greece Close to Ending Decades-Old Dispute Over Name
Greece and its neighbor, Macedonia, are close to resolving a decades-old dispute that has prevented the small Balkan country from joining the European Union, creating a rare bright spot in a region where hopes of joining the bloc remain largely on hold.

WSJ Europe
May 17, 2018

Italy's Ambitious Debt Plan Sparks Disbelief Among Investors
Not long ago this week's radical draft for a new Italian governing coalition would have sent markets into meltdown. Dubious investors stayed cool but were shaken out of complacency about political risks, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
May 17, 2018

'Rules of Origin' Risk Tripping Up Trade Post-Brexit
‘Rules of origin,' already a major issue in Nafta negotiations, could determine which products will be allowed to enter the European Union tariff-free after Brexit because of the U.K.'s important role in many continent-spanning assembly lines.

WSJ Europe
May 17, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Isn't Just a Modern Love Story. It Marks a More Modern Monarchy
When Prince Harry marries American actress Meghan Markle in a pomp-filled ceremony, it will mark a giant step in the modernization of the British monarchy.

WSJ Europe
May 16, 2018

Zuckerberg to Meet European Officials Next Week
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will meet with French President Emmanuel Macron and other European officials next week, as the Silicon Valley giant tries to calm tension with regulators and policy makers on both sides of the Atlantic.

WSJ Europe
May 16, 2018

European Leaders Vent Over Trump Policies
European frustration with the Trump administration boiled over Wednesday as leaders gathered in the Bulgarian capital to tackle two issues straining trans-Atlantic ties: the fate of the Iranian nuclear deal and the threat of U.S. tariffs.

WSJ Europe
May 16, 2018

Italy's Fanciful Coalition Draft Draws Investors' Incredulity---For Now
Not long ago this week's radical draft for a new Italian governing coalition would have sent markets into meltdown. Dubious investors stayed cool but were shaken out of complacency about political risks, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
May 15, 2018

German Economy Loses Luster as Global Tensions Bite
Europe's largest economy cooled sharply in the first quarter amid a drop in government spending and weak exports - a sign that a stronger euro and global tensions are beginning to leave a mark on the German economy.

WSJ Europe
May 14, 2018

Italian Parties Seek More Time to Form Government
Two large Italian antiestablishment parties, 5 Star Movement and the League, sought more time to complete a pact to form a governing coalition and settle on the name of a prime minister, stalling the formation of a new government.

WSJ Europe
May 14, 2018

Greek High Court Keeps Alive Case Tied to Debt Crisis
Greece's Supreme Court rejects dropping charges against the former statistics agency head, in a case tied to its debt crisis.

WSJ Europe
May 14, 2018

The Three Challenges the EU Faces in the Western Balkans
The Western Balkans has re-emerged as one of the European Union's most pressing security challenges amid ethnic tensions, unresolved border disputes, organized crime and growing Russian influence in the region.

WSJ Europe
May 14, 2018

EU Refocuses on Western Balkans With Sofia Summit
The Western Balkans has re-emerged as one of the European Union's most pressing security challenges amid ethnic tensions, unresolved border disputes, organized crime and growing Russian influence in the region.

WSJ Europe
May 14, 2018

Italy's 5 Star, League Reach Deal to Govern Nation
Italy's anti-establishment 5 Star Movement and hard-right League party have reached an agreement on a government program, likely clearing the way for the formation of a governing coalition between Italy's two largest anti-establishment parties.

WSJ Europe
May 13, 2018

Paris Attacker Was Flagged as Potential Terror Risk
A French national of Chechen origin stabbed a person to death in central Paris and wounded four others before being killed by police, in an assault that investigators are treating as a terrorist attack.

WSJ Europe
May 13, 2018

Paris Knife Attacker Was Flagged as Potential Terror Risk
A French national of Chechen origin stabbed a person to death on the streets of central Paris on Saturday evening and wounded four others, in an assault that investigators were treating as a terrorist attack.

WSJ Europe
May 13, 2018

Irish Antiabortion Supporters Rally Ahead of Vote
Abortion opponents demonstrated near Ireland's legislature as the May 25 referendum to repeal the constitutional ban on the procedure nears.

WSJ Europe
May 13, 2018

Authorities Open Terror Probe Into Paris Knife Attack
A man stabbed a person to death in central Paris and wounded four others, in an assault that French investigators were treating as a terrorist attack.

WSJ Europe
May 12, 2018

The Tortuous Road to a Brexit Customs Deal
The British government hasn't agreed on what kind of customs agreement it wants with the EU. Settling that question among ministers is only the first of many obstacles to solving that dilemma, Stephen Fidler writes.

WSJ Europe
May 11, 2018

Italy's Politics Fail to Rattle Its Financial Markets
A likely government coalition, once considered a threat to the Italian economy and the eurozone itself, hasn't stopped its stocks and bonds from outperforming.

WSJ Europe
May 11, 2018

European Officials Look to Blunt Impact of Renewed U.S. Sanctions on Iran
Senior French and German officials said they were looking to help European firms escape the brunt of the reimposition of U.S. sanctions on Iran.

WSJ Europe
May 10, 2018

After 50 Years, a Pope's Birth-Control Message Still Divides Catholics
Even in traditional strongholds, many ignore the "Humanae Vitae" encyclical's prohibitions on birth control, while some leaders stay silent on new interpretations.

WSJ Europe
May 10, 2018

BOE Bullish on U.K. Economy as It Leaves Rates Unchanged
The Bank of England still expects to raise its key interest rate over the coming years, saying that a slowdown in economic growth during the first three months of the year was probably not as severe as first estimated.

WSJ Europe
May 10, 2018

Antiestablishment Groups in Italy Near Deal on Governing Coalition
The leaders of Italy's hard-right League party and antiestablishment 5 Star Movement appeared close to forming a new government, possibly clearing the way for a euroskeptic alliance to come to power in the eurozone's third-largest economy.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

Limbo Lingers for the European Union
Crises from Greece to Brexit have left crucial questions for the EU unaddressed over the past decade. One that can be ducked no longer, Simon Nixon writes, is a new long-term budget, and it won't be easy.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

Germany Set to Allow Collective Lawsuits
Germany would allow collective lawsuits for the first time under a new bill drafted in the wake of Volkswagen's diesel-emission scandal, which left German consumers with few ways to seek redress.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

Germany Set to Allow Collective Lawsuits Following VW Scandal
Germany would allow collective lawsuits for the first time under a new bill drafted in the wake of Volkswagen's diesel-emission scandal, which left German consumers with few ways to seek redress.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

AB InBev Stumbles in U.S., but Sees Growth Elsewhere
The U.S. has been turning away from big beer for years but demand was even more anemic than expected in the first quarter. AB InBev, which makes Budweiser and Bud Light, said sales volumes in North America fell 4.1%.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

Europe Pulls Together in Bid to Preserve Iran Deal
European powers, jolted by the U.S. decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal, turned attention  to trying to save the pact by preserving enough of the deal's economic benefits to persuade Tehran to stay on board.

WSJ Europe
May 09, 2018

Vodafone Confirms Deal to Buy Some of Liberty Global's European Assets
Britain's Vodafone agreed to a nearly $23 billion deal to buy operations in four European countries from John Malone's Liberty Global, a merger that would create one of the continent's biggest telecom carriers.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

Companies Prepare for the Worst Amid Trump Iran Decision
Any new U.S. sanctions would likely affect European multinationals, if they have big business stateside or use the U.S. dollar or American banks in transactions.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

Companies Prepare for the Worst Ahead of Trump Iran Decision
A handful of multinationals are closely monitoring their Iranian interests—and some are plotting ways to preserve them—as the Trump administration weighs pulling out of a multilateral deal that removed most economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear ambitions.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

As Trump Weighs New Iran Sanctions, Companies Prepare for the Worst
A handful of multinationals are closely monitoring their Iranian interests—and some are plotting ways to preserve them—as the Trump administration weighs pulling out of a multilateral deal that removed most economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear ambitions.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

As Trump Weighs New Iran Sanctions, Multinationals Weigh Their Options
A handful of multinationals are closely monitoring their Iranian interests—and some are plotting ways to preserve them—as the Trump administration weighs pulling out of a multilateral deal that removed most economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear ambitions.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

'Terrorists' or 'Mistaken Idealists'? Spain Confronts ETA's Bloody Legacy
The militant separatist group ETA is dissolving, bringing a formal end to half a century of violence and shifting Spain's attention to how to heal divisions left behind by a violent campaign that killed more than 800 people.

WSJ Europe
May 08, 2018

Berlin Puts Out a Contract on Invasive Crawfish
Elvis sang a ballad about crawfish, and Louisiana has whole cookbooks about them. The German capital wants them eradicated, ideally by hungry Germans.

WSJ Europe
May 07, 2018

EU Set to Settle Gazprom Antitrust Case Soon
The EU is poised to settle its long-running antitrust case against Gazprom as soon as this month, a move that could be perceived as bending to the Russian state-owned energy giant.

WSJ Europe
May 07, 2018

Solving the Riddle of the Eurozone's Missing Inflation---in 11 Charts
Why inflation remains stubbornly low in the eurozone even as it edges up in the U.S. and Britain.

WSJ Europe
May 05, 2018

Greek Banks Get the All Clear From European Regulators
Greece's biggest banks received a clean bill of health from Europe's regulators, an important step toward the completion of an eight-year bailout program that has strained the country's economy.

WSJ Europe
May 05, 2018

EU Threatens Subsidy Cuts to Rein In Rebel Nations
The European Union's executive branch is raising the ante in its clash with Poland and Hungary over democratic values: Play ball or risk being cut out of EU funding.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

Marx Is Home for His Birthday, and Not Everyone Is Happy
An 18-foot-tall statue of Karl Marx is set to be on unveiled in his hometown of Trier, Germany. The gift from the Chinese government has stirred controversy.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

U.K. Conservatives Hold Ground in Local Elections
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party largely held its ground in local elections, suggesting a continuing stalemate between her minority government and an opposition unable to capitalize on its travails.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

U.K.'s May Escapes Deep Losses in Local Elections
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party avoided widespread losses in local elections across England but ceded some key seats, presenting a mixed picture for the British leader.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

No Nobel Prize in Literature This Year
The Swedish Academy won't name a winner in 2018, to take time to repair the damage from a scandal over allegations of sexual-assault and financial impropriety.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

Germany's Liberal Bishops Gain Influence Under Pope Francis
Germany's Catholic bishops, after decades of being out of favor at the Vatican, have regained influence as they find themselves largely in line with the liberal stance of the first Latin American pope.

WSJ Europe
May 04, 2018

U.K.'s Theresa May Escapes Deep Losses in Local Elections
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party avoided widespread losses in local elections across England but ceded some key seats, presenting a mixed picture for the British leader.

WSJ Europe
May 03, 2018

Trump Tariff Plans Drive Wedge Between France and Germany
The European Union's leading members are at loggerheads over how to react to Washing tariff threats, with Germany urging conciliation and France advocating a harder line.

WSJ Europe
May 03, 2018

EU Paints Rosy Economic Picture, But Warns of Threats From U.S.
The European Union unveiled an upbeat economic outlook for the eurozone Thursday, but warned of rising risks from President Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies and of the U.S. economy overheating.

WSJ Europe
May 03, 2018

Windrush Scandal Highlights Case for U.K. Digital ID
Britain's shameful Windrush episode has revived debate over whether the U.K. should adopt compulsory ID cards. But the real challenge for the British government should be to establish a robust system of digital identification.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Armenian Protesters Paralyze the Capital, Pressuring Ally Russia
Demonstrations intensified around the country over the government's refusal to hand over power, which will likely test the will of the ruling Republican Party and the patience of Russia, Armenia's biggest ally.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Sex-Abuse Victims Accept Pope's Apology, Now Urge Him to Act
Pope Francis met privately with three Chilean sex-abuse victims over the weekend—three months after his dismissive remarks about their claims stirred international outrage—in what the Vatican described as an effort to listen and ask forgiveness.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Basque Militant Group ETA Disbands
The Basque militant group ETA said it has dissolved, bringing a formal end to half a century of assassinations and violence and leaving victims' groups still clamoring for justice.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

EU Kicks Off Post-Brexit Budget Battle
The European Union kicked off debate on its budget once the U.K. departs, setting up what is likely to be a long and pitched battle between wealthier countries and newer members who rely on funding from the bloc.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Germany to Cut Public-Sector Investment as Welfare Spending Rises
Germany will cut public-sector investment in order to maintain a budget surplus while welfare spending soars, according to Berlin's latest fiscal plans.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Trump's Aggressive Trade Agenda Brings Heightened Tensions
The Trump administration has set the stage for weeks of heightened trade tensions as administration officials race to meet self-imposed deadlines to complete high-stakes talks with China, Mexico, Canada and Europe.

WSJ Europe
May 02, 2018

Busy Trade Agenda Brings Tensions
The Trump administration has set the stage for weeks of heightened trade tensions as administration officials race to meet self-imposed deadlines to complete high-stakes talks with China, Mexico, Canada and Europe.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

Armenia Lawmakers Block Opposition Leader's Bid for Premiership
Ruling party votes down Nikol Pashinyan's bid to become prime minister, ensuring a continued standoff with a protest movement that has mobilized around him.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

U.S. Tariff Delay Leaves EU Relieved but Dissatisfied
U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to extend tariff waivers on steel and aluminum imports for certain countries keeps a negotiating window open but doesn't eliminate the risk of a trade war between America and its biggest economic partner, the European Union.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

U.S. Allies Relieved by Tariff Delay, but Concerns Linger Over Trump's Next Move
U.S. allies breathed a sigh of relief after President Donald Trump's last-minute decision to postpone tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from some of Washington's closest partners helped avoid a trade war, but left many questions about what comes next.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

BP Shares, Boosted by Higher Oil Prices, Hit Eight-Year High
BP shares rose to their highest level since 2010, boosted by frothy oil prices that have helped return the stock to levels not seen since the month after the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

Barclays Looks Outside for New Chairman
Barclays current chairman John McFarlane has asked the board to search for his replacement and the British bank will look externally after front-runner Gerry Grimstone unexpectedly pulled out of the race.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

Iraq's Shiite-Sunni Divide Eases, in Unity Against Islamic State
As next week's national election nears, the highway to Fallujah, long synonymous with Sunni resistance against Iraq's Shiite-led government, showcases signs the sectarian tensions that have ravaged the country are ebbing.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

U.S. Allies Relieved by Tariff Delay but Concerns Linger Over Trump's Next Move
U.S. allies breathed a sigh of relief after President Donald Trump's last-minute decision to postpone tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from some of Washington's closest partners helped avoid a trade war, but left many questions about what comes next.

WSJ Europe
May 01, 2018

Swiss 1MDB Investigation Turns to PetroSaudi Officials
Swiss prosecutors have launched criminal proceedings against two officials at PetroSaudi International related to alleged dealings with Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, an escalation of the Swiss probe that started nearly three years ago.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

U.K.'s May Replaces Top Cabinet Member Over Immigration Scandal
Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a second-generation Briton to lead the department responsible for immigration and security, as she tried to contain swelling criticism over the U.K.'s mistreatment of a group of long-term residents from British colonies.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Sajid Javid Replaces Amber Rudd as U.K. Home Secretary
British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed Sajid Javid to the post of home secretary, replacing Amber Rudd who resigned over misleading Parliament over the existence of targets for expelling illegal immigrants.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Global Stocks Gain Amid Strong Earnings
World stocks were broadly higher as solid corporate earnings bolstered investor sentiment.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Oil Falls as U.S. Production Activity Climbs
Oil prices fell following signs of rising U.S. production. The oil market last week was mainly focused on geopolitical risk to supply, which helped Brent temporarily breach the symbolic $75-a-barrel threshold for the first time since late 2014.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Tough Choices Loom for Theresa May to Meet Brexit Promises
Prime Minister Theresa May has been able to hold a divided nation together by ducking or denying hard choices. But that strategy has run out of road, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Stocks Have an Earnings Problem
First-quarter earnings season is shaping up to be a particularly strong one, but that ostensibly bullish backdrop hasn't done anything to lift stock prices.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

China and Dollar Test Emerging Markets' Bull Run
Good times can't last forever. Last year, strong global growth and a weak dollar lit up emerging-market stock and bond returns. But the low-hanging fruit has been harvested. And now times are looking tough.

WSJ Europe
Apr 30, 2018

Theresa May Under Pressure to Deliver on Brexit Promises
Prime Minister Theresa May has been able to hold a divided nation together by ducking or denying hard choices. But that strategy has run out of road, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Apr 29, 2018

U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd Resigns
U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd resigned Sunday following criticism over her handling of an immigration scandal.

WSJ Europe
Apr 29, 2018

Switzerland Wants to Be the World Capital of Cryptocurrency
The Swiss city of Zug is enchanted with cryptocurrency , with buildings transforming into crypto-finance hubs and attracting initial coin offerings that could help the country offset its shrinking banking sector.

WSJ Europe
Apr 29, 2018

Even the Pope's 'Supreme' Power Has Its Limits
History shows that whatever church law and doctrine may say, a pope's actual power is contingent on political realities, external and internal to the church, and on the unquantifiable but essential factor of moral authority.

WSJ Europe
Apr 28, 2018

Willie Nelson's Favorite Paraphernalia
The iconic artist behind the new album ‘Last Man Standing' on crafting songs via text, life on the bus and his beat-up guitar.

WSJ Europe
Apr 28, 2018

Trump Displays Warmth for Merkel at White House Despite Differences
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany described the Iranian nuclear deal as a "building block" and part of a "mosaic" needed to contain Tehran, becoming Friday the second major U.S. ally in a week to lobby President Donald Trump inside the White House about the merits of the pact.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Willie Nelson's Favorite Paraphernalia (Not That Kind)
The iconic artist behind the new album ‘Last Man Standing' on crafting songs via text, life on the bus and his beat-up guitar.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Enough With the Merlot Bashing: A Wine That's Ripe for Revival
Merlot's reputation has suffered over the last decade. But on a recent trip to Napa, our wine columnist found elegant, appealing examples poised to sway the skeptics.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Can Men Wear Silk Shirts Without Looking Like Sleazeballs?
Though silk shirts have a seriously cheesy reputation, new solid-color, unshiny versions are more low-key than Key West. Is that enough to restore the fabric's reputation? We argue both sides.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

A #MeToo Divorce Debate in the Philippines
In the only country without divorce rights outside the Vatican, advocates are making it a case of women's empowerment.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Starbucks's Troubles Can Be a Test for Anti-Bias Training: Does It Work?
The giant coffee chain's plan to train all its employees about prejudice presents an opportunity to learn how well those programs perform.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

China's Challenge to Democracy
The democratic cause is on the defensive today, and China's pragmatic authoritarianism now offers a serious rival model, based on economic progress and national dignity.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

The Secret to Raising a Golf Prodigy Isn't What You Think It Is
Justin Thomas had the best coach he knew—his father—but it wasn't an overload of swing tips that made him a PGA champion at age 24.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Final Greek Bailout Talks Kick Off
A final round of diplomacy meant to smooth Greece's exit from eight years of bailouts has started, as eurozone finance ministers push to ensure Athens doesn't backslide on promised reforms.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Baseball Cards Are Swinging for the Digital Age
Physical collections are still dazzling auction markets, but phone apps are spreading; a virtual stick of bubble gum

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Britain and the EU Are Pulling Back From the Cliff---For Now
Fears have receded that economic relations between Britain and the European Union will fall off a cliff edge in 11 months' time when the U.K. leaves the bloc, because of a possible transition period. Now the worry is a cliff edge when that period finishes at the end of 2020.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Workplace Advice I Wish I Had Known
A longtime Wall Street Journal editor has some tips on navigating workplace issues, including rampant gender bias, for her younger self—and everyone else.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

China Updates Financial Court System as Cases Swell
China is setting up a special court to deal with the complex financial cases rising with the deepening of the country's financial system.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

U.S. Employment Costs Rose Solidly In First Quarter
Compensation for American workers grew at a faster clip in the first quarter, signaling historically low unemployment might be starting to put upward pressure on companies' labor costs.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Europe's Mixed Economic Fortunes Complicate Path for Stimulus
Europe's economies displayed mixed fortunes in the first three months of the year, injecting a fresh source of uncertainty as central banks consider further steps to withdraw crisis-era stimulus.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Slowdown in France Raises Questions Over Eurozone Recovery
The French economy slowed in the first three months of the year, but Spain continued to enjoy a robust expansion, raising questions over the long-term strength of the eurozone's recovery.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Europe's Entreaties to Trump On Iran Nuclear Deal Come Up Short
The Trump administration moved closer this week to dropping out of the landmark Iran nuclear agreement, after efforts by Europe's leaders to persuade Mr. Trump to remain in the accord appear to be falling flat.

WSJ Europe
Apr 27, 2018

Brexit Debate Foreshadows Tougher Battle Ahead
British legislators delivered a symbolic defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for leaving the EU, foreshadowing a tougher battle ahead to persuade skeptical lawmakers to support her vision for Brexit.

WSJ Europe
Apr 26, 2018

Last-Ditch Effort to Dodge Trade Fight as Merkel Visits U.S.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is traveling to Washington for a high-stakes meeting with President Donald Trump on Friday, in a last-ditch effort to avoid the biggest trade conflict in years between the U.S. and the European Union.

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