December 1, 2011 The euphoria over central banks' moves to ease Europe's credit crisis has given way to some concern over weakness in China's economy.
November 21, 2011 The likely collapse of the so-called supercommittee's efforts to put together a deficit-reduction deal and continued concern about the debt crisis in Europe are pushing stocks down on Wall Street.
November 3, 2011 Prime Minister George Papanedreou's call for a referendum on a bailout package that would require harsh austerity measures had ripped apart the government and brought criticism from other leaders. Papanedreou reversed himself in a speech to parliament.
November 2, 2011 The French leader said Greece would not get its next installment of its rescue loans, until after Greeks cast a vote on whether to accept the terms. The timing, however, might leave Greece in a tough position without enough money to pay its obligations.
November 2, 2011 Financial markets are watching what happens in the French resort, where European leaders plan to grill Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou over his plan to have a referendum on a bailout package aimed at shoring up his nation.
October 12, 2011 Though the Slovak parliament rejected the plan, it's expected to vote again later this week. And approval is expected. Internal Slovak politics has been in play.
September 20, 2011 Greece officials will ask lenders for new money to help stave off default, while Italy's credit rating has been lowered a notch by Standard and Poor's.
March 9, 2011 Libya no-fly zone; Iceland financial crisis arrests; Blagojevich
January 12, 2011 Gabrielle Giffords friend speaks; flight crew caused crash that killed Polish president; Portugal raises investments; actor David Nelson dies