Is it the end of the single currency? »

This is the question which looms on everyone’s minds at the moment from political leaders to global investors. Since it is evident that Read more…

Fears of a double dip recession sliding into the background »

Economy
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Since the beginning of the recession several years back, business optimism has been steadily on the decline other than for very brief periods Read more…

Greece once again close to defaulting on debt »

It appears as though once again Greece is on the precipice of defaulting on international loans as less than half of the country’s Read more…

Banks hoarding ECB cash causing Euro to hit lows
31 Dec
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Banks hoarding ECB cash causing Euro to hit lows »

There are actually two things to be concerned with in the recent news about the Euro (single currency) hitting a decline which is Read more…

Will France be the next credit downgrade?
17 Dec
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Will France be the next credit downgrade? »

Word has been spreading that France could be the next country in the eurozone to experience a credit downgrade by Standard & Poor’s, Read more…

Greek prime minister resigns as Greece forms ‘unified’ government
7 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Greek prime minister resigns as Greece forms ‘unified’ government »

Business
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Although the news was released that Prime Minister George Papandreou has resigned his post in order to spearhead a new ‘unified’ Greek coalition Read more…