Archive for August, 2011

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Merkel, Sarkozy propose eurozone government
EMU crisis deepens as slump reaches Europe’s AAA core
On Economy, Raw Data Gets a Grain of Salt
Germany’s Angela Merkel faces eurobond mutiny
Collapse in German growth will add to euro rebellion
Housing Starts Fell in July on Weak Construction
China?s Economy Slowing
Global debt crisis: Markets enter ‘new danger zone’
Geithner, Bernanke have little in arsenal to fight new crisis
Ending the moral rot on Wall Street
New York Area Factories Shrink for Third Consecutive Month
The Hyperinflationists Got It Wrong… Again
ECB is Euroland’s last hope as bail out machinery fails to resolve crisis
Who is to blame if shares continue steep declines
Aftershock to Economy Has a Precedent That Holds Lessons
Bond Brush Fires Spreading in Europe
Conventional Fed Wisdom, Defied
This time, US fears a financial crisis from abroad
Banning short-selling is shooting the messenger
Retail Sales in U.S. Climb by Most in Four Months
US consumer confidence plunges

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Uncertainty and indecision threaten Bank of America and global markets
Is there enough money to save the world’s banks?
Gilt yields are signalling a depression
Bailouts chip away at France and Germany, too
Strapped Americans try to stretch car dollars
Central Bank Props up Spain and Italy, for now
Sarkozy pledges austerity as French bank shares crash
Austerity Plan Might Not Work for Spain and Italy
S&P Cuts AAA Ratings on Thousands of Municipal Bonds After U.S. Downgrade
Market rout drives global economy to precipice
Housing recovery slips out of sight
The world runs out of options
Greenspan sees stocks falling after S&P downgrade
Second Recession in U.S. Could Be Worse Than First
European Central Bank must go nuclear to save Europe
S.& P. Downgrades U.S. Long-Term Debt
Wall Street’s tax on main street
Amid Criticism on Downgrade of US, S&P Fires Back
That 1937 feeling all over again
The Real Reason The Debt Ceiling Fight Was Horrible News For Markets
Rudderless eurozone on course for disaster
Are we on the verge of a ‘Lehman Bros. on Steroids Drama’?
The ECB throws Italy and Spain to the wolves
U.S. Consumer Confidence Drops to Minus 47.6