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Greece: SYRIZA party says will not take part in a government that supports an EU/IMF bailout – Reuters
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by Tim Price, Director of PFP Wealth Management and Sovereign Man contributor
Guest Post: What Is The Consequence Of Printing Money That Nobody Wants?
In a week that saw Britain slide into its first double-dip recession since 1975, we quite fittingly also saw evidence of the sort of insular bigotry and protectionist narrow-mindedness that one associates with that same ugly, painful decade, when Barry Sheerman, Member of Parliament, said:
“I’m getting increasingly worried about the [...]
“La France compte 65 millions de sujets, sans compter les sujets de mécontentement”. From a political standpoint, the famous sentence by 19th century polemicist Henri Rochefort applies perfectly: French voters are angry and politicians are struggling to respond to their anger. But from a market perspective, there are only three serious topics: first, public finances; second, competitiveness; and third, the country’s stance in Europe. The question is whether the [...]
(Reuters) - Germany wants to reignite a debate over creating an EU constitution to strengthen the bloc’s ability to fight off financial troubles and counter-balance the rising influence of emerging economies, Germany’s foreign minister said on Friday.
Guido Westerwelle said the bloc’s Lisbon treaty, drafted after Dutch and French voters rejected a proposed constitution in 2005, was not enough to keep European decision-making structures effective.
“We have to open a new chapter in European [...]