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What recovery? Surveys show Eurozone slowing again in November

The Eurozone dented hopes that it will put its summer blues behind it Thursday as a new survey showed activity falling to its lowest level in 16 months in November. 452 more words

Finance

He Said That? 11/18/14

From European Central Bank (ECB) Executive Board member Yves Mersch, in a speech in Frankfurt:

I’m not so sure it  has worked, considering that this morning we saw that Japan has officially slid into recession again.

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Economics

Is the stock market rally for real or will the bubble burst soon?

The BSE Sensex closed at 28,177 points on November 17, up by around half a percent from its last close. Its been good going for the Sensex, having rallied by 33.3% since the beginning of this year. 1,345 more words

Analysis

CONFUSING ECB to buy gold to boost inflation? I'm totally lost

This one is really confusing. Some European Central Bank official with a severe shortage of vowels in his name, Yves Mersch, warned that the ECB could buy stocks, ETF’s, and…gold. 243 more words

Settlers Of Samaria Blog

Impossible Germany

The economic and market outlook appears impossible for Germany over the next few years. The world’s fourth-largest, heavily export dependent economy is facing the fundamental problem of struggling to thrive within the currency union it went to such lengths to help form over the last several decades. 33 more words

Market Outlook

The Unfolding Economic Crisis in Europe

By: Christopher M. Quigley

B.Sc. (Maj. Accounting), M.I.I. (Grad.), M.A. www.wealthbuilder.ie

Since October 24th, the German newspaper Der Spiegel has been running a fascinating series of essays on the unfolding economic crisis in Europe. 971 more words

European Central Bank

Who'da thunk it? The Eurozone actually grew in 3Q

The Eurozone hasn’t been a happy place this summer: France has sacked its government, Spain’s is engulfed in corruption scandals, Italy is still trying to escape a vortex of debt deflation–and Germany is so concerned about the Ukraine crisis that it can’t remember that things at home are actually pretty good. 480 more words

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