It’s no secret that most European economies have been struggling. In 2012 and 2013, Spain’s economy shrank by 1.6% and 1.3%, respectively. Italy’s shrank by 2.4% and 1.8%, respectively…. Read more
The doom and gloom surrounding Cyprus and questionable comments by EU leadership socked stocks last month. That’s because Cyprus was forced to put a levy on bank… Read more
The European debt crisis isn’t going away. Cyprus, one of the euro zone’s smallest countries, provided the latest evidence of that.
Financial markets, the euro and gold have all been in a holding pattern the last couple weeks. One way or another, that should change after this Sunday's Greek election.
The euro zone avoided a recession last quarter, but the debt crisis rolls on, making Spain its latest victim.
The euro zone is on the verge of collapse. Here's one way investors can protect their portfolios in case it does.
With a bailout likely coming for Greece, this ETF might have some big
… Read more
The reprieve from Euro-news was short-lived. News
that the Fed has been meeting with the executives at U.S. branches of
European banks… Read more