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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Eurozone Pressures Extend beyond Greece, to Spain and Italy

Eurozone Pressures Extend beyond Greece, to Spain and Italy

By Vrushti Mawani - May 24, 2011

With Standard & Poor’s cutting their outlook on Italy’s economy from “stable” to “negative”, along with ...

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What will IMF chief Strauss-Kahn's arrest mean for Eurozone aid?

What will IMF chief Strauss-Kahn's arrest mean for Eurozone aid?

By Jay Raol - May 16, 2011

The arrest on Saturday of IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has sparked off intense speculation as to how much this inc...

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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 wo...

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Vacation in Europe’s last Paradise: Porto Santo

Vacation in Europe’s last Paradise: Porto Santo

By Aubrey Chang - Apr 15, 2011

Got a few days off but haven’t planned enough to go too far? Porto Santo, Europe’s best hidden treasure, is an a...

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