Posts Tagged Debt CrisisFile not found. European Debt Crisis: This Is How You Should Think About It
This is why the European “solution” has not been working, and will not work to really solve the debt crisis, once and for all.EU Finance Ministers Meeting Is cancelled
Tomorrow’s European EcoFin meeting which is supposed to solve the problem of the debt crisis is reportedly cancelled.Meanwhile, A Boss In Shenzhen Has Disappeared
Meanwhile, a boss in Shenzhen has just run away with his family and relatives as his LED company is going bust.The European Sovereign Insurance Mechanism
Allianz proposed, among other things, a European Sovereign Insurance Mechanism recently to tackle the European debt crisis.China’s Underground Lending: A Shocking 90% Families In Wenzhou Are Involved
A shocking 90% of households in Wenzhou are involved in the underground lending, and Dong Tao of Credit Suisse considers this as a time bomb.The Great Escape From The Unbearable Burden Of Credit
With slowing business activities and unbearably high interest rates from the underground banking system, businesses owners are fleeing.Greece Will Default – Yet Another False Alarm Or What?
Sky News reported that the G20 ministers are now preparing for a Greek default. Whether it is a false alarm this time is not important: it will default anyway.Italian Policy Maker Thinks It Might Be Better To Quit Euro Than…
Martin Wolf wrote in the Financial Times that an Italian policy maker thinks it might be a good idea to leave euro, rather than to endure 30 years of pain.Chinese Bond Buying And Exchange Rate Policy
Chinese might be shopping for bonds around, but the motive of propping European bonds and Euro is simply a part of their trade and exchange rate policy.Some Quick Thoughts On Greece’s Potential Default
Greece defaulting on its debt is no longer unthinkable. What’s unthinkable is the consequence of it, which can potentially be serious.A Short Update On Europe
Chancellor Angela Merkel is losing support within Germany. On the other side, money in the European banks is being movd to the US banking system.Greek Tragedy: Deus Ex Machina – Failed?
The talks between Greece and Troika looks like falling apart. The probability of default is high (as it always is), and might probably happen sooner rather than later.European Debt Crisis: Between Solving and Not Solving It
The European debt crisis has never been fully solved. Slow economic growth and political uncertainties will come back to haunt us from time to time.US Debts Ceiling Talks Update: Two Rival Plans
Whichever plans (Boehner vs. Reid) to come out on top at last, there is still no signs of agreement among the clowns in Washington DC on the debt ceiling.3 Ways Around The Debt Ceiling
If you ignore the political viability for the time being, there are 3 possible ways around the debt ceiling, including a radical one.US Debt Ceiling Talks Update: When Asian Markets Open…
Politicians in Washington DC are struggling to come up with some sort of “deal” on raising the debt ceiling before Asian markets open in a few hours.Greek Tragedy: Selective Default On The Table
After more than a year of useless bailout and discussion which wasted everyone’s time, a selective default is finally on the table for Greece.Debt Ceiling Talk Update: Yields Surge As No Deal Is In Sight
As the political gridlock continues in Washington DC, Treasuries is no longer viewed as safe haven for the time being as yields surge.After The Not-So-Stressful Stress Tests, Europe Is Stressed
Analysts worked with the data released from the phoney stress tests to test more severe assumptions about sovereign default.US Is Defaulting Because The ATM Machine Happened To Be Locked
Andrew Freris comes up with some of the most amusing metaphors of the potential default of the United States.