Topic: Euro (Currency)
The IMF's latest forecast downgrades US growth for the year from 3.3 percent to 2.6 percent. China and others will offset that, lifting the world economy to a nearly 5 percent expansion.
10/06/2010 01:12 pm
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A decade ago tuition reform was introduced to get European students to graduate in under five years. Today debate is hot over how struggling Eurozone countries can keep intact free education for all.
08/27/2010 10:17 am
President Obama, who was so keen to emulate the now broke European model, suddenly stands as the last European spendthrift.
06/25/2010 03:11 pm
Europe looks to be serious about the structural change needed to solve its deficit and debt challenge. Will the US follow suit?
06/08/2010 04:36 pm
As differences persist over how to handle the debt crisis, momentum builds among European Union nations to either drop the euro or form new currency alliances.
05/26/2010 11:05 am
Europe and the US take steps to control government spending as financial markets (and voters) roar their disapproval over deficits and debt. But countries must do more than nip and tuck. Structural reforms are needed.
05/25/2010 03:30 pm
While US and Greek economies differ significantly, there are lessons to be learned from the European country's debt crisis. Specifically, that markets are not always rational.
05/19/2010 12:46 pm
The euro fell to a four-year low on Wednesday amid continued investor worries about Europe's sovereign debt woes. German Chancellor Angela Merkel banned naked short-selling, seeking to combine new regulation with an already announced $1 trillion euro rescue package, to shore up the currency.
05/19/2010 12:33 pm
As recently as two or three years ago, the Death of the Dollar and the strength of the euro was all anyone could talk about. What did they get wrong?
05/18/2010 04:00 pm