SYDNEY The euro fell sharply in Asia on Monday after polls suggested the Greeks had overwhelmingly rejected austerity measures demanded in return for bailout money, putting in doubt its continued place in the single currency.
Never mind “Grexit” - the finance chiefs of some of Britain's biggest companies are planning to expand and take more risk despite the turmoil in Europe.
BERLIN: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras has "torn down the bridges" between Greece and Europe, making new negotiations "difficult to imagine" after the apparent 'No' vote in the Greek referendum, German deputy chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said on ...
Heathrow will today start laying the groundwork to build a third runway, even though the Government is yet to give the green light to the controversial �17.6bn infrastructure project.
People in Ireland need to earn almost €450 a week to be able to afford an acceptable standard of living, according to new research to be published this morning.