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By Michael Shedlock Today Spain has reached a record number of unemployed. Although we do not like the current state of things, no one seems to know against whom to direct their anger. Actually, we are under a dictatorship perhaps … Continue reading
The unemployment rate in the EU reached a record high of 10.7% in November 2012, according to figures published earlier this week by eurostat. Youth unemployment, in particular, has been consistently gloomy since the beginning of the crisis, with almost … Continue reading
By Julia Kollewe Unemployment in the eurozone has risen to a new high, with Spain recording the highest jobless rate with more than one in four out of work. There are now 18.49 million people without jobs in the 17 countries … Continue reading
By Staff at the Daily Bell Spanish unemployment hits new peak … One in four Spanish workers are now without a job. Spain’s unemployment rate hit a record high of 25% in the third quarter, as the jobless total grew … Continue reading
By John_Mauldin “Concern about politics and the processes of international co-operation is warranted but the best one can hope for from politics in any country is that it will drive rational responses to serious problems. If there is no consensus on … Continue reading
by Staff Report (Daily Bell) Be Very Careful, Beloved Spain … Two weeks ago I was interviewed by the Catalan newspaper El Punt Avui. I said it would be unthinkable for the Spanish state to stop Catalan secession by military force. … Continue reading
By Graeme Wearden There are signs of serious jitters in the City today. As feared, the yield on Spain’s 10-year bonds has now risen about 6% (6.03% at pixel time). The stock markets are all still lower,, with Spain’s IBEX … Continue reading
BY David Mc Williams Last week was a highly significant one for the EU and the eurozone, but not in the way you might think. Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has driven a coach-and-horses through the … Continue reading
Before we get carried away with the euphoria, there are plenty of reasons to be cautious about what was announced today. As mentioned earlier, the conditionality element is key – Draghi says countries who receive help through the Outright Monetary Transactions … Continue reading
By Dan O’Brien ECONOMICS: It was once unthinkable that post-1945 Germany would ever turn its back on Europe AT THE beginning of each year, this newspaper publishes a preview of the coming 12 months. In the 2011 preview, I put … Continue reading