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by BINOY KAMPMARK Europe is, economically speaking, in dire straits, and the two most powerful economies on the continent are, at least on paper, led by individuals with considerable differences. The previous French President Nicolas Sarkozy was not merely regarded as a man … Continue reading
By David Marsh, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) — In the wake of the first round of the French presidential election, a leaked document from Berlin, conveniently and somewhat revealingly translated into English, has found its way into MarketWatch’s hands. Confidential Memo … Continue reading
From the Slog For all kinds of reasons (entirely family, nothing to to with GCHQ etc) my posts will be briefer and more sporadic for the foreseeable future. Sometimes, stuff like this puts one’s life back into perspective…but also hones … Continue reading
By John Mauldin Sarkozy: “Problem Solved”, Or… Germany to Sarkozy: “It’s Not Over” Greece is having an “orderly” default. The taxpayers of Europe are in theory going to lend €130 billion to Greece to pay back €100 billion in Greek … Continue reading
By MarketWatch FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday said time is running out for Greece to reach an agreement with international creditors on a new rescue plan. “We want Greece to stay in the … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams The deal signed last Friday is the beginning of the end of Europe as we know it. The shift is on from a family of nations, with checks and balances, to a German Europe where diktat triumphs … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams In the past 24 hours, three dramatic developments have taken place, each of which will have a profound effect on your life in the next few years. Although all three are related, it is not quite … Continue reading
By: Bob_Chapman Even the middle of the road journalists are beginning to question Europe’s elected and appointed leadership. This past Monday the plan for the euro zone was laid out for a final capitulation to world government. The financial crisis has … Continue reading
By Laura Smith-Spark, CNN Athens, Greece (CNN) — Greece’s cabinet voted Wednesday to support Prime Minister George Papandreou‘s call for a referendum on the latest bailout plan as soon as possible. The vote was unanimous, though some of the … Continue reading