Greece to Meet Bailout Reforms to Ease Recession

Greece to Meet Bailout Reforms to Ease Recession

By Anna Domanska - Aug 25, 2012

The leaders of France and Germany have made it clear to Athens that it should not be too hopeful about getting leeway wi...

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Eurozone Manufacturing slips while Asia is on a roll.

Eurozone Manufacturing slips while Asia is on a roll.

By Jay Raol - May 02, 2012

The manufacturing sector of Eurozone showed a sharp shrink in almost three years in April, while the data from Asia seem...

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Eurozone Debt Crisis Expected to Continue Through the First Half of 2012

Eurozone Debt Crisis Expected to Continue Through the First Half of 2012

By Dhwani Shah - Jan 02, 2012

Even as the economic depiction in the United States has brightened up recently with more positive employment figures, Eu...

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Final Week of 2011, Stocks Expected to be at a Standstill

Final Week of 2011, Stocks Expected to be at a Standstill

By Dhwani Shah - Dec 27, 2011

It is the final week for stock market in 2011 and analysts are expecting a quiet time in the market. Most market players...

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European Ministers' Meet Gives A New Hope To Asian Stock Markets.

European Ministers' Meet Gives A New Hope To Asian Stock Markets.

By Anna Domanska - Dec 01, 2011

With financial turmoil creeping in the country and the borrowing rate of Italy towering above 7 percent, many small Euro...

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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...

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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 earlie...

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U.S Debt Ceiling Debate, Euro Woes Push Investors towards Gold

U.S Debt Ceiling Debate, Euro Woes Push Investors towards Gold

By Jay Raol - Jul 18, 2011

With the precious yellow metal touching a record $1600 an ounce earlier today, while some investors with large gold hold...

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Eurozone Woes Worsen: Moody’s Cuts Debt Rating for Portugal to Junk

Eurozone Woes Worsen: Moody’s Cuts Debt Rating for Portugal to Junk

By Jay Raol - Jul 06, 2011

Despite Portugal having negotiated a 78 billion euro bail-out package in May, the credit rating agency, Moody’s Invest...

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