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  • Europe's debt crisis: 5 ways it's been put to good use

    Europe’s debt crisis has roiled financial markets and populations. But beyond nationwide strikes and gyrating markets, Europe has put its crisis to good use. Here Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, a research fellow at the Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics points out five trends that will ultimately strengthen the European Union and the euro currency.

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  • Opinion European debt crisis: Germany's fight against Keynes

    The European debt crisis provides Germany the opportunity to preach its disciplined approach to monetary policy. Should it succeed in remaking Europe in its monetary image, Europe will prosper. Those who follow the Anglo-American model of Keynsian loose money must fall in line.

  • Europe's debt crisis: 5 ways it's been put to good use

    Europe’s debt crisis has roiled financial markets and populations. But beyond nationwide strikes and gyrating markets, Europe has put its crisis to good use. Here Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, a research fellow at the Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics points out five trends that will ultimately strengthen the European Union and the euro currency.

  • Opinion Europe's debt crisis: Five ways it's been put to good use

    Europe's debt crisis has roiled financial markets and populations. But beyond nationwide strikes and gyrating markets, Europe has put its crisis to good use. Here are five trends that will ultimately strengthen the European Union and the euro currency.

  • Jobs report eases US market, but EU feeling heat

    Jobs report eases US market, but EU feeling heat

    A better-than-expected US jobs report helped abate selling pressures on Wall Street. But Europe's debt problems are pressuring EU officials to act.

  • Stocks end lower for third straight week

    Stocks end lower for third straight week

    The Dow and S&P 500 fell for the third week in a row, down about 83 points and 4 points this week, respectively. The Nasdaq fell for the second straight week, closing about 25 points down.