By Eurofast Global
After the rejection of the initial proposed measures on March 19 2013, the Eurogroup and the Cypriot authorities have reached an agreement over the weekend of 23rd-25th March 2013 on the bailout of Cyprus where the below measures were finally...
By Chase Belgrave
Chase Belgrave has long been a lone voice in the industry, warning about the insecurity of expatriate wealth held in financially unstable jurisdictions such as Cyprus, Spain and Italy.
By Exchange Data International
The potential fallout of the Eurozone will have a significant impact on data distributors’ database structure. Exchange Data International has put in place a full contingency plan to overcome a precipitate change in the euro currency.
By Census Financial Planning
Share prices appreciated across much of Europe during February as equity investors appeared a little more optimistic about the future.
By Cass Business School
As Greece tips deeper into a seemingly spiraling financial disaster, the latest rescue package comes in the form of an extra £108 billion in a new bail-out deal.
By Allison Williams
The EU's sovereign debt crisis has worsened, and the financial market turmoil is set to dampen the real economy. There is also increasing speculation that Greece may have to leave the 17-nation single currency zone - Provideo Financial Report.
By Corolla Financial
Afghanistan's efforts to punish the perpetrators of last year's crisis do not satisfy the IMF; if this continues, the country will suffer a cash crisis within a month.
By Andrew Watson
Growing optimism on a new deal for Greece brought the Euro to a 4-week high against the dollar on last week.
By Michael Warwick
Chrysler Group LLC Completes Refinancing and Repays U.S. Government Loans, fulfilling the companies promise to taxpayers.
By Aquistion Department
We are a national note buying firm. We use our proprietary techniques to challenge the banks legal department and purchase your mortgage note directly from the bank. This is a far superior process than a short sale or loan modification. We can help!
By Fairhomes Ltd
There are now around 100,000 foreclosed homes on the market in Spain according to Madrid-based Pisos Embargados de Bancos. They estimate this figure will triple to 300,000 in 2011. But who is responsible? The answer may lie at sub-national level.
Despite the demonstrable failure of all the Democrats' stimulus measures so far, they are still stuck in the bailout mentality.
President Obama continues to make the case for a failed bailout and a failed concept.
By Tom Venditelli, candidate for Congress in NY
Though Americans are against bailouts, and have been promised reform that will end the practice, this bill will do the opposite. Like it or not, the Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States, and the “lender of last resort.”
The AIG "bailout" was a conspiracy organized and carried out on behalf of certain privileged banks by the New York Fed, then headed by now-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. Given HUGE leeway for regulators by Obama, it raises red flags about US future
By Republican Majority Campaign PAC
The Republican Majority Campaign PAC (RMCPAC), a coalition member of the EndCharliesBailout.com organization, was a part of a massive phone conference Thursday night.
By Crestview Press, Ltd.
Finally, a book that explains what Naked Short Selling is all about. Harry Reid’s new slogan ‘No One Can Do More’ is pure contradiction to the fact that he did nothing to save Nevada Companies from being attacked.
By Republican Majority Campaign PAC
The Republican Majority Campaign Political Action Committee (RMCPAC) joins forces with Conservative Activists from Orlando to Miami-Dade to protest Governor Crist’s Bailout of U.S. Sugar.
By Frank J. Dobrucki
Finally, a book that explains what Naked Short Selling is all about. Most people do not believe that it can be so easy to sell something that does not exist. European countries are moving to make Naked Short Selling illegal.
By Daniel E. Lundmark
In the “I Got A Bailout!” article Pastor Daniel E. Lundmark states, “Guess what? I got a bailout! I was hopelessly in debt and daily felt the despair of knowing it was utterly impossible to pay my debt, but then…I got a bailout!”
Just as the US followed Japan into their Lost Decades, Europe is now following suit.
The Euro was sharply down Friday 22 April 2010 thanks to more bad news from a source that most traders are getting pretty bored to talk about: Greece.
By Magnetic Mojo
Turning passion and skills into 4 figures an hour goes a long way in these economic times. Rhonda has two FREE upcoming classes: a Teleclass on April 8, 2010 and a LIVE class in Orlando, Florida on April 7, 2010
By Book Express Publishing
Book Express Publishing has joined with ebook publisher/retailer Smashwords during their read an ebook week promotion that is taking place during the week of March 7-13, 2010 and is offering 50% off on bestselling and highly reviewed titles.
By Press Relations
February 23, 2010 – SavingHomesAcrossAmerica.com is a company dedicated to channeling its resources to help troubled homeowners stay in their homes. We a real world stimulus package for the people where the results are actually seen on Main Street.
By Shari Sopourn
Game's Goal: Collect Most Debt, Win a Bailout
By Liberty Street Gamess
The goal of the game is to get the most debt and win the Bailout!
By Sebastian Nigel Paine
A Wall Street firm generated huge annual profits, but fell after making risky investments and disregarding risk managers’ warnings as a financial crisis approached. Author explores the impact on employees while poking fun at Corporate America.
By Xavier Leclair
The Troubled Assets Relief Program, initially conceived by the government to bail out big businesses that are "too big to fail", has carried with it its fair share of criticism about giving away public money to the insatiable greed of Wall Street.
By Liberty Street Games
Armin Brott creates article for the NewsObserver.com, "Ask Mr. Dad: Hang in there, single dad"