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By Gorge Soros My objective in coming here today is to discuss the euro crisis. I think you will all agree that the crisis is far from resolved. It has already caused tremendous damage both financially and politically and taken an … Continue reading
Dubbed an “anti-Merkel” result, the German chancellor has refrained from commenting publicly on the Italian elections’ outcome but two top-table officials stressed it was paramount for Rome to keep its reform course on track. Merkel was, however, reported to have … Continue reading
ByDr. Constantin Gurdgiev “Ireland’s corporation tax rate was in the sights of the man most likely to succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor when he met Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore in Berlin. Peer Steinbruck, the Socialists’ candidate to lead the party … Continue reading
Taoiseach Enda Kenny ruled out a decision today on the nation’s bank debt at a planned meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin. “Our meeting today is not about making a decision on a deal for Irish bank debt,” … Continue reading
A US election too close to call causing uncertainty: The charts below clearly show that the Dow Transport and the Dow Industrial indices continue to exhibit divergent modalities. Since November 2009 the charts indicate that the Industrials have reached higher highs but … Continue reading
By Thomás O Cléirigh To The People of Ireland: You are been lied to, Bamboozled and hoodwinked into paying back private banking debts and private gambling debts of the insider friends of the Irish political élite. I am living over … Continue reading
By: Raul_I_Meijer Fitch has given the ESM, which reportedly became “operational” today, even though the Eurozone members will take years to full its coffers from today’s €200 billion to the desired €500-600 billion, an AAA rating. The European (hey, what happened … Continue reading
The euro crisis is not over and is about to get interesting … Supposedly the euro crisis is all over. The mighty ECB has spoken. I have received triumphalist suggestions from bastions of euro-fanaticism that I should now capitulate. ECB bond-buying will … Continue reading
By:John_Mauldin I have contended for some time that Europe is faced with two choices: Disaster A, which is the break-up of the eurozone, or Disaster B, which is the creation of a fiscal union, which keeps the euro more or less intact. Over … Continue reading
With his appeal in a SPIEGEL interview for national leaders to be given greater independence from parliaments in euro bailout decisions, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has sparked intense anger in Germany. Members of both Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government and the … Continue reading