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BREAKING: IMF cuts global growth forecasts and warns of weakness in Eurozone

Outlooks are down again for the third time this year

Unionist victory in Scotland leaves sterling at two-year high against euro

Sterling also at two-week high against the dollar

Keep an ‘aye’ on the pound

Mark Rickard discusses the influence of the Scottish referendum

Big thumbs up from Germany

By columnist Mark Rickard

Cheaper to hire work in the UK than in Spain

Both Britain and Spain's wages are far below Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands

Serious savings for British tourists in Spain

Shoppers can save money on more than just the sales

A Sterling summer

Columnist and financial expert Mark Rickard of HiFX, on summer changes and the ever-struggling euro

Exchange rate alert – interest rates set to rise

Mark Carney has warned an interest rate rise could happen sooner than the market currently expects

Pound bounces back: Great time to move money

Exchange Rate Alert - Sterling/Euro currently trading at levels not seen for 16 months

A weaker euro…to boost the Spanish economy!

Olive Press columnist Mark Rickard, of HiFX, on the upsides of a weaker euro

Telephone giant Movistar scoops exclusive rights for Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup football qualifiers

Its new channel will be dedicated solely to international football

Socialists call for €1 billion poverty fund in Spain

Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba says poverty is a 'national emergency' in Spain

EU rejects ‘Cyprus solution’ in Spain

EU denies that savers could see accounts raided to save the euro

Maximilian Bartie: ‘What a banker’

Our resident columnist, formerly of Royal Tunbridge Wells, puts the world to rights

Calm before the storm

In his monthly column, Keith Spitalnick looks at some of the ways expats can protect their pensions against fluctuations in the value of sterling and the euro

Payment boost for the unemployed

Social security payments increased to €450 for Spanish

Over 400 people arrested in Spain for creating bogus bank notes

Fraudsters created €19 million worth of fake bank notes in the last three years

Has the world gone mad?

Finance guru Richard Alexander offers sound planning advice in times of banking turmoil

Mad Dog vs. the Euro ´12 final

In Mad Dog's column, he reflects on the Euro ´12 championship

Soler for song contest

The Sevillian singer will represent Spain on May 26

Spain’s credit rating downgraded

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor downgrade rating on Spain's debt from AA- to A

David Cameron breaks away from Europe

The other member states move forward without Britain in attempt to save the single currency

New Spanish PM Rajoy on the ropes

Finally whispers of a return to the peseta and IMF bailouts if Rajoy doesn't get a move on to allay jittery markets

Euro danger

Recession could cause end of euro, says Nobel winning scientist

Euro economy grows

Europe Central Bank sees a one per cent growth in the second quarter

The Rock’s risky business

By Andrew Pearce and Jon Clarke: In the wake of the BP oil disaster in America, Gibraltar is blasted for failing to tackle dangerous oil tankers by Spanish officials