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By Emilio Parodi, | December 30, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | June 3, 2015
Eleven countries face legal action if bail-in rules are not enacted with the goal of removing state responsibility when banks collapse. A trend of protecting governments over banks is rising.
By Robin Emmott, Reuters | March 10, 2015
By Nick Gentle and Cecile Vannucci, Bloomberg | February 13, 2015
European stocks went up as tensions fell down and the economy began to bounce back.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | January 16, 2015
By Frank Holmes | October 28, 2014
The eurozone countries have an imbalanced approach to jumpstarting their economies, relying only on monetary policy but failing to address fiscal issues such as punitive taxation and over-bloated entitlement spending.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | October 21, 2014
European stocks and U.S. equity-index futures climbed as results by companies from Apple Inc. to Swedbank AB beat analyst estimates.
By Yesenia Duran | August 28, 2014
With geopolitical crises on the upswing it is interesting to look at who is maintaining large gold reserves.
By Yesenia Duran | May 21, 2014
The DTCC publishes weekly data listing credit default swaps contracts on the top 15 sovereign and corporate reference entities by net notional amount.
By Alessandra Migliaccio | May 30, 2013
Could this be the kick that Italy needs for struggling economy?