A social movement is creating shockwaves in Turkey. People have been taking to the streets, demanding salary rises, the right to unionise and equal pay between men and women. In a country where the economy is still suffering from record inflation and a weak lira, women are the hardest hit, particularly female blue collar workers. Our correspondents Shona Bhattacharyya, Ludovic de Foucaud and Hussein Assad report.
2 Nov 2019
Someone is betting big that the U.S. stock market is on track for the kind of turbulence last seen during the global financial crisis, even as the main volatility gauge hovers near lows for the year and U.S. equities clock new highs. Bloomberg's Dani Burger reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
22 Apr 2019
Around one million people left Spain during the financial crisis. An electoral reform at home has made it all but impossible for them to cast a ballot from abroad. Enrique Anarte reports.
13 Jun 2017
Throughout the financial crisis from 2008 to 2010, Portugal was on the brink of bankruptcy.
16 Dec 2016
Zimbabwe's growing cash crisis and struggling economy will be high on the agenda when the ruling Zanu-PF party holds its annual conference this weekend. There are also fears the ruling party could split over finding a successor for President.