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Italy in CRISIS: Monte dei Paschi bank shares SUSPENDED after huge plunge

Prominent German Economist Predicts Italy's Withdrawal From Eu...

The European Union is currently ina deep crisis, including an unprecedented influx ofrefugees and financial tribulations acrossthe eurozone. Prominent German economist Hans Werner Sinn, former president ofthe Institute forEconomic Studies, ... Sputnik, 12 hours ago
CETA just the start of a Eurozone crisis: Coxe Business News Network, 2 days ago

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If Euro survives the crisis will just carry on LONGER Eurozone is FINISHED says Portillo

THE future of the euro looks increasingly bleak, with an ex-Cabinet member and a former chief of the CBI casting fresh doubts over the crisis-plagued currency. Fresh concerns were raised about the outlook for the euro following the chief economist ...
 Scottish Daily Express7 hours ago

Italy's Banking Crisis Gets Addressed: How to Conceal a Problem that Threatens to Engulf the Entire Eurozone

Markets can move in mysterious ways. Such was the case in Italy last week when the stock of the country's third biggest and most beleaguered bank, Monte dei Paschi, surged 59%, from €0.17 a share to a totally whopping €0.27 a share, pairing its ...
 Before It's News4 days ago Renzi, reform and the paradox of Italy's referendum  EuroNews1 week ago

Commission's top advisor championed market discipline in crisis years

Niels Thygesen, the new chair of the European Fiscal Board, called for ambiguity in the eurozone's rescue mechanisms in order to let investors impose discipline on national governments. The Danish economist said that leaving scope for the ...
 EurActiv.com1 week ago

Germany's Slowing Export Will Cause High Risk To Eurozone

US imports are extremely important to Germany's economy. In 2015, the US surpassed France (NYSEARCA: EWQ ) to become the number one importer of German goods, with 9.5% of Germany's exports going straight to the US. These exports include everything ...
 Seeking Alpha10 hours ago

Spain's growth slowed but remained firm in the third quarter

, official data showed Friday, just as the country emerges from 10 months of political crisis with the conservatives set to head up a minority government. The Ine statistics agency said that GDP expanded by 0.7 percent compared to the previous ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland14 hours ago Spain's growth slows, remains firm in Q3  Daily Times15 minutes ago Spanish growth slowed but remained firm in the 3rd quarter: official data  China Post7 hours ago

Eurozone approves €2.8bn in bailout funds for Greece

Luxembourg. Eurozone officials announced yesterday they had approved 2.8 billion euros for Greece from its huge third bailout after the cash-strapped nation delivered the needed reforms. Following the latest disbursement approved by the ...
 Tanzania Citizen2 days ago €2.8bn Eurozone bailout for Greece  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago Eurozone approves 2.8b euros for Greece bailout following reforms  Global Times3 days ago In Europe: Eurozone approves €2.8B in bailout funds for Greece  Pulse.ng3 days ago

Italy's crisis-hit BMPS bank to cut jobs, close branches

Italian bank Monte Paschi di Siena (BMPS) announced Tuesday plans to cut 2,600 jobs and close around 500 branches in a bid to turnaround the troubled lender. BMPS, the world's oldest bank still operating today, unveiled the overhaul as it posted ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland3 days ago

Spain Deserves Some Bond Market Respect

It's time to separate Spain and Italy. In the heat of the European debt crisis investors often looked at these struggling nations as two sides of the same coin-- a problem for one was reason to worry about the other. That link should no longer ...
 Bloomberg4 days ago Italy's Big Dramas Are a Far Cry from Spain's Steady Gains: Gadfly  La Repubblica4 days ago

It's Time To Rediscover ECB's Reference Value For M3 Growth

A couple of days ago, I read an interview with ECB's former chief economist, Otmar Issing, about the euro crisis. I, frankly speaking, didn't find the interview particularly interesting, and Issing brings little new to the discussion. Issing ...
 Seeking Alpha3 days ago Architect of the euro now says it is a house of cards  TD Ameritrade1 week ago Euro House of Cards Will Collapse, Monetary Union Architect Warns  Carib Flame1 week ago Better Late than Never: Possible Obama Greece visit in November  New Europe1 week ago
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