The commission would have to overlook Italy’s budget transgressions, once again, if it cuts €35 billion in taxes.
Eurozone finance ministers tell Greece to start implementing reforms before they’ll consider another bailout.
The French president must avoid splitting his party with liberal economic reforms as he seeks reelection.
Greece submits reform proposals that are largely similar to the ones it rejected only a week ago.
George Osborne announces a budget that satisfies both rightwingers and outflanks Labour from the left.
European leaders start to wonder if Greece actually wants to stay in the eurozone anymore.
The outcome of the Greek referendum makes further financial support almost impossible, Germany says.
Despite optimistic forecasts, the popularity of Spain’s conservatives seems tied to a high unemployment rate.
If Greeks vote “yes” in a referendum and their government stepped down, a eurozone exit may yet be averted.
Greece’s creditors refuse to consider a new deal unless the country votes in favor of staying in the eurozone.
Greece imposes capital controls and keeps its banks closed as chances of it leaving the eurozone increase by the day.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras’ sudden announcement of a referendum dashes any hope of a deal.