It seems the world doesn't want to hold Europe's debt so much
Foreign investors sold Eurozone bonds for the first time since 1999 in 2016, according to the European Central Bank.
Overseas bond holders reduced their net holdings of eurozone debt by €192bn last year.
The banks Quantitive Easing Program, as well as global political shocks has cooled overseas demand for the continent’s debt.
The main candidates in the French elections took part in a TV debate last night.... If far right candidate Marine le Pen wins the presidency, it could trigger a so called "Frexit."
Guntram Wolff, director of Bruegel spoke to James Brydges