European Central Bank’s 120 Billion Euro Subsidy Enhances Bank Profit

European Central Bank’s 120 Billion Euro Subsidy Enhances Bank Profit

By Dhwani Shah - Feb 13, 2012

  The European Central bank subsidy that could reach as high upto 120 Billion Euros has benefited many banks. The European Central Bank subsidy ($158 Billion) could very well

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Eurozone Debt Crisis Worries Mount amid Fresh Fears of Greece Default

Eurozone Debt Crisis Worries Mount amid Fresh Fears of Greece Default

By Jay Raol - Sep 12, 2011

When the European Union and the International Monetary Fund agreed in July to provide a second bailout for Greece, this debt-ridden Euro nation, as well as the rest of the Eurozon

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A Ceaseless Climb for Gold, while the World Economy Bites its Nails…

A Ceaseless Climb for Gold, while the World Economy Bites its Nails…

By Carrie Ann - Aug 23, 2011

Recording an all-time high for the fourth consecutive session, gold prices touched a never-before price of $1,910 earlier today reinforcing prevalent investor sentiments regarding

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Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

By Tom Parker - May 10, 2011

The Euro and European Markets dropped to new lows amid fresh concerns over Greece’s persistent debt issues, related worries regarding an impending financial recession and specula

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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis likened to Chernobyl. Asian Markets Fall.

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis likened to Chernobyl. Asian Markets Fall.

By Vrushti Mawani - Apr 12, 2011

Reports poured in about Japan’s nuclear crisis having now got bad enough to be equated with the Chernobyl disaster, causing a significant dip in stock markets across Asia – the

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