The last European summit calmed nervousness about the eurozone and encouraging signs flickered in Spain, Italy and Ireland. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Vincent Boland discuss whether Europe really is any further ahead in resolving the region's sovereign debt crisis. For more commentary from the Lex team, visit http://www.ft.com/lex Related articles: http://www.ft.com/euro http://www.FT.com/
http://www.FT.com/ The growth of savings globally exacerbated by negative economic policies is choking economic growth, according to Charles Dumas, chief economist of Lombard Street Research. As a result, he suggests to Long View columnist John Authers that the best route to take now - and politically the easiest for Germany - is to dismantle the eurozone.
http://www.FT.com/ The reasoning behind the US Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act was unexpected. Christopher Booker speaks with the FT's Alan Rappeport about the reaction from industry and in Washington. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ As Japan trials a new even faster high-speed train, FT Tokyo bureau chief Mure Dickie reports on the country's love affair with its trains and the challenge facing the national railway operators to sell their systems overseas against tough competition. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ The Latino vote could be a deciding factor in the 2012 US presidential election, but the Hispanic community is by no means monolithic. The FT's US columnist Edward Luce visits Miami in Florida to explores the nuances of the Latino voting bloc
http://www.FT.com/ Roula Khalaf, Middle East editor, and Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs commentator, talk to the FT's Veronica Kan-Dapaah about the wider significance of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohamed Morsi, taking office as Egypt's president. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ The oil price has fallen 30 per cent, from $125 in March to $90 now, with the price of Brent crude hitting an 18-month low last week. Javier Blas, commodities editor, tells John Authers, senior investment columnist, that the falling price isn't a bubble bursting - the market is simply rebalancing
http://www.FT.com/ Long View columnist John Authers, discusses the latest FT survey on bank executive pay with investment banking correspondent Daniel Schaefer. The highest paid 15 bankers saw pay rises of 11.9% between them, despite profits not following suit
http://www.FT.com/ The European Union is fighting a crisis that could cripple its financial system. But is a European banking union the answer?
http://www.FT.com/ Spain's borrowing costs rose to a euro-era high, just 10 days after the €100bn bailout of the country's banks. Professor Alfredo Pastor, a former secretary of state for economics in the Spanish ministry of finance, tells the FT's Martin Sandbu that the bailout failed to improve things substantially. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video