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Apr 06, 2013
Moody's maintains negative outlook for Spanish banksInternational credit ratings agency Moody's has said it would keep a "negative" outlook on the Spanish banking industry.<br /><br />
Sep 11, 2012
India hiring outlook weakest in over 3 years on global uncertaintyMost US employers are unwilling to add workers because of uncertainty around November's elections, the Federal budget, and the effect of Europe's slowdown, according to a quarterly hiring survey by ManpowerGroup.
Jul 20, 2012
German parliament approves rescue package for Spanish banksThe bill was opposed by 97 deputies while 13 abstained. The vote will clear the way for eurozone finance ministers to finally release the rescue package in a conference call on Friday.
Jun 17, 2012
Whatever euro's fate, Europe's reputation savagedWhether the euro lives or dies, the chaotic way Europe has tackled the crisis could undermine the region's geopolitical clout for years to come and leave it at a distinct disadvantage in a rapidly changing world.
Jun 17, 2012
G-20 meet: India likely to ask Europe to come up with quick solutionsPrime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to ask the European partners to come up with swifter solutions so that the economic growth of emerging markets like India is not trapped under its adverse impact.
May 31, 2012
What? Gold headed for worst fall in 30 years?Gold is down six percent , which is its worst May performance since 1982. This fall comes in the light of concerns over Spain's banking system and the crucial Greek elections which will determine its position in the eurozone.
May 12, 2012
Second opinion poll confirms Greece wants no bail outThe main pro-bailout parties, conservative New Democracy and socialist Pasok, were gaining support, according to the poll by Metron Analysis for the Epenenditis weekly.
Mar 10, 2012
Sarkozy says Greece crisis is resolved; but are markets convinced?Financial markets sharply marked down the value of new Greek bonds to be issued to the creditors, reflecting the risk of paralysis after elections expected this spring.
Feb 29, 2012
LTRO: Will wave of cheap money fend off credit crunch?LTROs, or longer-term refinancing operations, have sucked much of the heat out of the eurozone crisis and given govts time to work out growth policies for affected countries.
Nov 21, 2011
Debt crisis sweeps closer to heart of EuropeBorrowing costs for both Spain and Italy hit levels regarded as unsustainable last week before the European Central Bank stepped in to steady the market.