Posts Tagged: Europe

The Big Problem With Europe’s Reverse Debt Crisis

  Analysts have been wowed by the dramatic decline in borrowing costs for core European countries—Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Austria—at the same time as yields on Spanish and Italian bonds soar out of control. But this is really

The Big Problem With Europe’s Reverse Debt Crisis

  Analysts have been wowed by the dramatic decline in borrowing costs for core European countries—Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Austria—at the same time as yields on Spanish and Italian bonds soar out of control. But this is really

CHART OF THE DAY: The Most Important Chart In Europe Is A Disaster

  We’ve been talking a lot about what we think is the most important chart in Europe—yields on Spanish bonds that mature in less than three years. (High yields mean Spain is paying through the nose to borrow when it

CHART OF THE DAY: The Most Important Chart In Europe Is A Disaster

  We’ve been talking a lot about what we think is the most important chart in Europe—yields on Spanish bonds that mature in less than three years. (High yields mean Spain is paying through the nose to borrow when it

David Cameron ‘prepared to halt immigration of Greeks into UK’ | UK news | The Guardian

Dear Mr. Cameron, I read the following Post in the guardian site and I would like to kindly ask you to concentrate more on your domestic issues rather than dealing with the rare occasion of getting immigrants from Greece. You

David Cameron ‘prepared to halt immigration of Greeks into UK’ | UK news | The Guardian

Dear Mr. Cameron, I read the following Post in the guardian site and I would like to kindly ask you to concentrate more on your domestic issues rather than dealing with the rare occasion of getting immigrants from Greece. You

Byron Wien: I Spoke To The Smartest Man In Europe, And What He Had To Say Was Terrifying

CNBC Byron Wien Blackstone’s Byron Wien is up with a new blog post, wherein he relays a conversation he had with someone he only refers to as The Smartest Man In Europe. Wien doesn’t say who The Smartest Man In Europe is,

Byron Wien: I Spoke To The Smartest Man In Europe, And What He Had To Say Was Terrifying

CNBC Byron Wien Blackstone’s Byron Wien is up with a new blog post, wherein he relays a conversation he had with someone he only refers to as The Smartest Man In Europe. Wien doesn’t say who The Smartest Man In Europe is,

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Finns, Dutch cast doubt on eurozone deal

Finland and the Netherlands, the euro zone’s most hardline creditor states, cast the first doubts on Monday on a European summit deal designed to save Spain and Italy from being engulfed by the currency bloc’s debt crisis. The Finnish government

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Finns, Dutch cast doubt on eurozone deal

Finland and the Netherlands, the euro zone’s most hardline creditor states, cast the first doubts on Monday on a European summit deal designed to save Spain and Italy from being engulfed by the currency bloc’s debt crisis. The Finnish government

ECB representative tells Athens to focus on reforms

Greece would benefit more from speeding up structural reforms than spending time right now on renegotiating its bailout deal with its lenders, European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen told The Economist Conference in Athens on Monday. “The first

ECB representative tells Athens to focus on reforms

Greece would benefit more from speeding up structural reforms than spending time right now on renegotiating its bailout deal with its lenders, European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen told The Economist Conference in Athens on Monday. “The first

Myths can’t save Greece now

The way in which certain myths took hold regarding Greece’s recourse to international assistance — essentially poisoning Greek public opinion before being debunked — is nothing short of impressive. Many believed, for instance, that Greece turning for help to Europe

Myths can’t save Greece now

The way in which certain myths took hold regarding Greece’s recourse to international assistance — essentially poisoning Greek public opinion before being debunked — is nothing short of impressive. Many believed, for instance, that Greece turning for help to Europe