13:14 UK time, Thursday, 16 February 2012
Greece isn't "ready" to default or leave the euro. But eurozone policy makers seem to be getting readier by the day. Are they underestimating the risks?
The CBI calls on the government to give a £500m boost to business in the Budget through a series of "targeted and modest" tax cuts.
Protests take place outside parliament in Greece, as MPs consider emergency laws after a 130bn-euro bailout deal.
Minutes show two of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee wanted more money pumped into the economy, sending sterling down on the currency markets.
The eurozone's service sector shrinks unexpectedly in February, a survey suggests, increasing fears of a recession.
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