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Critical year for the E.U: Bond problems ahead?

If you’re following loosely European economics and politics, you might be mistaken into thinking the crisis is over, Spain and Ireland are nearly out of the recession, Greece is showing better than expected figures, at least according to its prime … Continue reading

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European Banking Union: Not good enough

Not looking good from the federalist side of the equation. And yes, the Germans, again, are to blame. But can we really blame them? Brussels has been witnessing since the 2009 crisis frictions between member states to move forward with … Continue reading

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The (Political) Truth behind the $ 13 billion JPMorgan Penalty

One of the world’s biggest financial institutions, JPMorgan Chase, has allegedly agreed to pay a fine that settles its civil cases facing its actions prior and during the financial crisis of 2009. The fine is reported to reach $13 billion, … Continue reading

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The IMF’s New Clothes

No feeling is more ecstatic than intellectual victories. Especially against those arrogant shaved perfumed intellectuals and experts that roll on TV shows and explain that they “did what they did” because “it had to be done”, and any criticism of … Continue reading

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A note on « Systemic Risk » , Europe, and the Cyprus bazar

We are hearing that if Cyprus does not manage to secure some 16 billion in a rescue deal, then the banking sector will fail, this will lead to the collapse of the euro (yes that’s the chain of deduction don’t … Continue reading

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