Ok, here is the itinerary: The ECB is meeting on November 3rd. The G20 is meeting on November 3-4, The Papandreou is attending on the 2nd day. A Eurogroup meeting will follow on November 7th, followed by an EU Ecofin meeting on November 8. The Troika was meant to disburse the sixth tranche of theContinue reading ““This is a question of whether we remain in the euro zone. This is very clear. It’s clear to everyone” – Papandreou”
EU banks have received a short period of relief from the unpleasant sovereign debt crisis of the GIIPS. As bank shares recovered from political efforts to provide a comprehensive program for resolving the crisis. The recent 29% writedown on Greek debt held by the private sector and a plan to help support bank racapitalisation byContinue reading “Europe’s Besieged Banks, Relief….MF Global & Greece’s Ejection”
The fiscal crisis in Greece is deepening, today she stands at a budget deficit of almost 13% of GDP. I fear that the longer Athens waits to adopt a credible solution to deal with the country’s economic troubles the worse it will get. The cost of Greek debt has already been blamed for the currency decline of the EuroContinue reading “Effort = f(volume, distance, friction)… The Fiscal Crisis in Greece.”
Does Britain Have a European Policy? The following is a lecture by William Wallace of the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA).
The European Union – General Concept.