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Alasdair Macleod: Europe is a Hot Mess

Its banks are the weak point in the global financial system
Sunday, July 28, 2013, 10:42 AM

It's almost August, the month everyone in Europe takes off on holiday to forget their troubles. This year may be different, though, as not only can many not afford a vacation, but Europe's troubles loom so large that forgetting them won't be easy... » Read more

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Daily Digest 3/20 - Workers Saving Too Little to Retire, Lawmakers Back PMs As Currency

Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 10:39 AM
  • Workers Saving Too Little to Retire
  • Bad debts at Italian banks top 126 bln euros in January
  • Spanish Lenders’ Bad-Loan Ratio Resumed Increase in January
  • Darling: Cyprus savings raid could trigger bank runs across Europe
  • France, Belgium told to count Dexia bailout in deficits
  • Lawmakers back gold, silver as currency
  • National student loan debt triples, Miami average fifth highest in Ohio
  • As crop prices surge, investment firms, farmers vie for land
  • Speed on green cameras paying off
  • Cyprus parliament rejects deposit levy: reports
  • PIMCO reduces exposure to euro in wake of ‘botched’ Cyprus bailout: report
  • National debt jumps $300 billion ytd