Topic: Euro Zone
The bailout of Anglo Irish Bank will be €11 billion (about $15 billion) more than anticipated, and the second-largest Irish bank has effectively been nationalized.
10/05/2010 03:05 pm
Stock prices expected to fall in the US as well at the start of a key week of economic reports.
10/04/2010 08:58 am
Austerity is the word of the day in Ireland, deep in recession yet continuing to cut its budget. But does this represent true austerity?
09/29/2010 05:56 pm
Paul Krugman recently argued that Spain and Ireland had housing bubbles, so the Fed couldn't have been responsible for creating America's. His argument is misleading.
09/23/2010 03:05 pm
Japanese deflation, weak American and European economies, combined with reinforcements from China, keep the yen high.
09/17/2010 11:05 am
Stock market in US is hit by concerns overseas, as a report points to heightened risk in European banks. No upward bounce from new Obama stimulus proposals.
09/07/2010 01:02 pm
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
Finland and Slovakia are riding high because of their cyclical industries, but Slovakia has the advantage of lowered tax rates and government spending.
08/15/2010 03:00 am
The prime minister of Greece, George Papandreou, says his country is earning a new credibility after its debt crisis.
08/10/2010 05:55 pm
A Christian Science perspective.
08/02/2010 02:05 am