Inflation to stay low for prolonged period, Draghi says.
Trilogue negotiators race to agree bank rules.
Leadership can easily turn into a poisoned chalice
Governing council will consider whether to follow up on cut in interest rates with further economy-boosting measures.
Cyprus and Luxembourg flout transparency rules
The European Commission on Monday (25 November) moved to clamp down on companies in the European Union that avoid paying corporate taxes by exploiting differences between member states' tax regimes.
Proposal would make it easier for authorities to tax transfers between subsidiary and parent companies.
The eurozone will produce a huge surplus this year at a time when southern Europe (and the global economy) need a boost in demand.
The two EU member states have not implemented an international standard on information exchange.
Anastasiades to hold talks with Barroso.
Agreement also given to budget for 2014.
Finance ministers to discuss findings on Friday
Three illusions are responsible for the German public's growing aversion to European integration
Vote ends months of tough negotiations with member states on spending plan for 2014-20.
But member states remain confident of reaching a compromise in December.
But Eurogroup's president warns Greece to do more to meet terms of its bailout
German coalition talks hold up agreement.
Commitments increase by €77.3million
The belief that the UK can go it alone is a fantasy that will accelerate the country's decline
Europe's financial markets are heading more towards renationalisation than banking union
MEPs, member states and Commission reach compromise on annual budget.
Clean bill of health sets up Ireland for return to private funding
Case involving European commissioner for trade to go before a Belgian court.
Surprise decision to cut benchmark interest rate to 0.25%.
Commission to assess budget proposals
Public anger in France about a proposed eco-tax on heavy vehicles has spilled over onto the Italian company responsible for collecting the tax.
Slight growth predicted for 2014 and 2015
One of the brakes on Europe's recovery is a lack of desire for growth
Commission predicts growth of 1.9% in 2015, but unemployment to remain high.