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Financial markets unimpressed by EU treaties plan

Nov 24, 2011
Critics say a plan proposed by leaders of Germany, France and Italy to modify European Union treaties won't help with the immediate crisis.
Posted In: Eurozone, Europe debt crisis

Germany struggles to sell its debt

Nov 23, 2011
The country that's considered the strongest in the eurozone had a hard time convincing investors to lay down cash for its debt today, which means the troubles going on in Europe could be entering a new phase.
Posted In: Germany, Eurozone

A European bank run around the bond market

Nov 16, 2011
The teachable moment out of the European financial mess today involves creeping contagion in unlikely places.
Posted In: Eurozone

Merkel: To get through crisis, more Europe needed

Nov 14, 2011
Economist Julia Coronado discusses the difficult situation Europe is in right now and what German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to happen.
Posted In: Germany, Eurozone

The root of Italy's problems

Nov 14, 2011
Berlusconi may be gone, but Italia's problems persists. Senior Editor Paddy Hirsch explains how Italy got into the mess it's in today.
Posted In: debt, italy, bonds, default, Berlusconi, Monte, credit, euro, Eurozone

Europe’s toughest hour since WWII

Nov 14, 2011
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warns that Europe needs a closer political union to climb out of financial crisis.
Posted In: Eurozone

Euro crisis: A view from London to Los Angeles

Nov 2, 2011
The programme I present, Business Daily, is broadcast on the BBC's World Service and has a world agenda. But recently we've spent a lot of time...
Posted In: Eurozone, Reporter's Notebook

Eyes on Brussels as Europe's problems simmer

Oct 21, 2011
With only days to go before a deadline to come up with a plan to settle the European sovereign debt crisis, the main players are still a long way from accord
Posted In: Eurozone

Eurobonds, and why (many) Germans hate them

Aug 16, 2011
Rising debt in several Euro-member countries is forcing Europeans to consider ... issuing more debt! This time, in the form of a Eurobond. So, w...
Posted In: Eurozone

MID-DAY UPDATE: Production gap widens in Japan, Op-ed calls attention to budget woes

Mar 24, 2011
Here are some of today's headlines from the Marketplace Morning Report and around the web. Portugal's prime minister stepped down after rival ...
Posted In: budget, budget crisis, budget cuts, China, Europe, European Union, Eurozone, gas prices, Goldman Sachs, IMAX, jobless, manufacturing, mid-day update, Portugal, prime minister, production, Toyota, Unemployment

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