Trade and economic interaction happens with countries outside of the Eurozone as well.
Europe's debt crisis has roiled financial markets and populations. But beyond nationwide strikes and gyrating markets, Europe has put its crisis to good use. Here are five trends that will ultimately strengthen the European Union and the euro currency.
A growing movement in North America advocates planting more native plants that are needed by birds, bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects.
A Christian Science perspective: Unemployment issues that concern anyone in the job market are not out of the range of God’s infinite capacity and power to bring solutions.
Gas prices have been only modestly affected by fighting in Libya, but a 'fear factor' is driving up oil futures, which in turn drive gas prices.
Internet statistics show that sub-Saharan Africa is on the cusp of an Internet boom, and Google plans to be there to reap the rewards.
Paul Krugman refuses to accept the fact that if the government dissaves, it will lead to a bigger trade deficit.
As the world starts to focus on its debt crisis, Greece's financial woes may presage problems to come in Europe and the United States – with implications for your bank account and stock portfolio.