The “spillover effects” … Read More Stressful Year Ahead for Spanish Banks
And the definition of “cash” widens… Read More A New Stealth Attack in EU’s “War on Cash”
The mood has shifted.… Read More The Euro Is Not Dead, Claims EU Survey
Ironically, the European Union – allegedly created as an antidote to the vicious nationalisms of the twentieth century – has been the tool through which Germany has been able to achieve the ‘new European order’ that Nazi ideologues had theorised in the 1930s and early 1940s… Read More Germany’s Dystopian Plans for Europe: From Fantasy to Reality?
One of Germany’s largest companies is trying to buy Monsanto, which changes everything… Read More The EU (with Help from Germany) just Made Monsanto’s Day
Just don’t mention “Antonveneta”… Read More Could Italy’s Banking Crisis Drag Down Draghi?
The ECB does not seem to care about the impression the public might get. Its attitude is: Our leadership will always do the right thing even in the face of strong incentives to do otherwise. Trust us!… Read More The ECB Resorts to Omissions, Half-truths and Misrepresentations to Defend Draghi’s G30-Membership
“It’s better not to govern than to govern badly”… Read More “Worst Case Scenario” Looms As Merkel’s “Jamaica Coalition” Collapses
But how did things get this bad?… Read More Spain’s Pension System Hits Crisis Point (And Everyone Ignores It)
Sharp Dose of Deja Vu for Italy’s Teetering Banks… Read More The Next Italian Bank Threatens to Topple
The plan to restore permanent stability to the rebel region now hinges on a knife-edge election… Read More Why It’s Not Over in Catalonia
Shifting trillions of euros of derivatives positions could be hugely disruptive… Read More Global Banks, City of London Raise “Disorderly Brexit” Alarm