Denmark's government has unveiled a proposal to invest 143 billion Danish crowns ($21.14 billion) in defense over the next decade, aligning with its commitment to


French President Emmanuel Macron announced tax cuts of up to €2 billion on Monday evening, specifically targeting the middle class in France. The move comes in


The European economy continues to show resilience in a challenging global context. Lower energy prices, abating supply constraints and a strong labour market


Belgium stands out as a country with lower prices for natural gas and electricity compared to its neighboring nations. A recent comparative price study conducted by


On Thursday, European shares experienced an upswing led by media and travel stocks, as easing U.S. inflation showed some relief to investors concerned about the


The European Commission, which issues EU-Bonds on behalf of the EU, has today raised €9 billion in a dual-tranche transaction in its sixth syndicated transaction for


A recent study by the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) has shown that Austria has climbed to the fourth position among the most expensive countries in the eurozone, following


Cohesion Policy funding in 2021-2027 is expected to support the creation of 1.3 million jobs, and to increase the EU's GDP by 0.5% on average by the end of the decade, and up to 4%


On Tuesday, the European Commission announced that it has given the green light to two Dutch proposals aimed at buying out livestock farmers, worth a total of 1.47


Denmark has offered to assist Ukraine with expertise in energy infrastructure to rebuild the country after the Russian invasion last year, which caused significant