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Jul 09, 2012
The 'pain in Spain' will surely bring us more pain, tooThe eurozone crisis is not going away anytime soon. Since the crisis is being dealt with piecemeal, the markets will rise and fall to the rescue beat.
May 20, 2012
Hollande to make Eurobond proposals at EU summitFrench President Francois Hollande said on Saturday he would make proposals for eurobonds at an upcoming European summit as he outlines his ideas to stimulate growth and help ailing economies within the eurozone.
Mar 20, 2012
Greek debt insurance payout highlights investor gloomInvestors showed scant faith in Greece's ability to cut its colossal debt after an auction on Monday which handed insured holders of defaulted bonds a large payout.
Feb 28, 2012
German court to rule on MPs' rights on euro bailoutsGermany's Constitutional Court will rule on Tuesday whether a small sub-committee in parliament is representative enough to take decisions over whether the country should grant help to heavily indebted eurozone countries such as Greece in future.
Feb 21, 2012
Greece needs extra relief to hit debt goalsIf Greece doesn't follow through on structural reforms and other measures, its debt could hit 160 percent by 2020.
Feb 16, 2012
Greece battles to salvage bailout packageOne of the outstanding issues had been a written commitment from Antonis Samaras, the leader of Greece's opposition conservative party, that he will stick to the agreed programme if he wins elections expected in April.
Feb 08, 2012
Gold glitters on Europe's worsening debt crisisWith turmoil in European markets weighing heavily on global markets, gold continues to be a safe haven for investors, followed by equity.
Feb 03, 2012
China's role in EU rescue may just be a question of WenChina is considering increasing its participation in the rescue funds aimed at resolving the European debt crisis, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao told journalists on Thursday.
Dec 09, 2011
Why a euro implosion may not be all that bad for usIn 2008, the Lehman crisis helped us beat inflation very quickly. A euro failure could be equally energising for us in a vicarious way
Dec 06, 2011
When money is abused, political order breaks downCentral banks are playing favorites with their choice of debt instruments to monetise. That's the shortest route to disintegration of states and unions.