# Eurozone

This year
What does the EU do? And what can it legislate and regulate?
Here are all the things that are in the EU’s exclusive remit to legislate and regulate.
Inter go five points clear in Italy, French Cup outsiders beaten 12-0 after 7,000km trip
Eurozone inflation jumps in December to 2.9%, dampening calls for interest rate cuts
Last year
Leaders Inter keep Juve at bay in Italy, Atletico go third in Spain
European Central Bank announces no change in interest rates
Eurozone's financial stability outlook is fragile, according to ECB review
Irish MEPs highlight the importance of cash as digital Euro plans advance
ECB hikes interest rates to record high after 10th straight increase
Consumer prices in Ireland estimated to have increased by close to 5% in the year to August
Enforcement against Big Tech 'failing' in Ireland as EU demands 'tougher sanctions'
Rodrygo fires Real Madrid to Cup glory, Bayern pile pressure back on Dortmund
EU leaders insist eurozone banking sector is stable as shares plunge
European Central Bank hikes interest rates for sixth time since last summer
Eventful night for Mbappe, Barca and Bayern win as Cancelo makes immediate impact
All time
Paschal Donohoe set for second term as Eurogroup president after running unopposed
Paschal Donohoe asks Eurogroup members to re-elect him as president
Inflation has reached 8.6% since start of 2022, but lower than Eurozone average
Tracker mortgages set for increase as ECB hikes interest rates by record 0.75 percentage points
Soaring energy prices lead to record Eurozone inflation as Gazprom suspends gas to Germany
Euro hits new 20-year low, fighting to stay above US dollar
EU financial oversight of Greece ends 12 years after bailouts
Tracker mortgage rates to rise after ECB hike interest rates by 0.5%
Euro strikes dollar parity as fears mount of a eurozone recession
No sign of new living cost measures before Budget as Taoiseach says recession is a 'not a given'
Croatia ready to adopt euro currency in 2023, says EU
Irish inflation hits 8.2%, above Eurozone average, as Sinn Féin proposes cash payment for workers
Eurozone inflation hits record high of 7.5% as growth slows amid Ukraine war
Economic recovery from pandemic expected to be slower in Europe than US or China
Ulster says go: Bank's decision to exit was in the wind — but why is it happening now?
Uncapped duo stay in Ireland squad for Germany showdown as Roche one of seven to miss out
EU leaders remain divided on plans for a €750 billion recovery fund ahead of a vital summit meeting
The European Commission has slashed Irish and eurozone growth forecasts
'Europe must emerge stronger from this crisis': A message from EU Presidents von der Leyen, Sassoli and Michel
Ursula von der Leyen, Charles Michel & David Sassoli
EU leaders fail to agree a Covid-19 stimulus package
Candidates are out making their last pitches for your vote before the broadcast ban kicks in
Uefa set to launch third European club competition
Eight years and €289 billion later, Greece exits its final bailout today
'We need to see if we have learned those lessons, so it's a huge week for us'
Connacht handed tough draw in next season's Challenge Cup
If Marine Le Pen wins election, her prime minister will be a far-right eurosceptic