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European Debt Crisis

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  • Large-cap growth funds most resilient in 2011

    Large-cap growth funds have held up better than most other types of stock funds in 2011. Previously ignored, big-name companies that have rapidly rising earnings become more attractive in uncertain times than their riskier small-cap counterparts....
  • Europe has no exit

    Europe has no exit
    WASHINGTON -- For most Americans, Europe is out of sight and out of mind. We figure that the worst of its debt crisis has passed. Italy has a new government. To mute social unrest, some countries are slightly relaxing austerity policies. The European...
  • The Reinhart/Rogoff brawl

    The Reinhart/Rogoff brawl
    WASHINGTON -- An insistent question of our time is how much government debt is too much. Is there some debt level that becomes crushing as opposed to merely costly? The controversy over research by economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff shows how...
  • Clearing up misconceptions about the FDIC

    Q: In a recent radio show, Ilyce took a call from someone who asked what worries her about the economy. She talked about the upcoming presidential election, the Euro Zone debt crisis and China slowing down. She said something to the effect that it doesn't...
  • UCF forecast says economy will improve … slowly

     
    UCF is out with its last economic forecast of 2012, and the projections paint a decidedly uninspiring picture. Reduced to its simplest terms, the forecast says things are slowly getting better — the keyword here is slowly — but they could...
  • European Central Bank to buy bonds of several troubled nations

     
    The European Central Bank announced Thursday that it would buy the bonds of financially flailing countries such as Spain and Italy in unlimited quantities if necessary to keep their borrowing costs down, in an unprecedented move to keep a lid on the...
  • Germany's supreme court OKs European bailout fund

     
    Germany's highest court ruled Wednesday that the European bailout fund for financially ailing nations is in line with the country's constitution. Avoiding a negative ruling that would've sent financial markets into a tailspin, the court says the $640-...
  • Greek anti-austerity protesters clash with police in Athens

     
    Protesters clash with police in downtown Athens; Greek government cuts labelled unfair and a burden on the poor....
  • U.S. casino mogul Adelson gambles on Madrid as site of EuroVegas

     
    U.S. billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has picked Madrid as the site for a massive new casino complex called "EuroVegas." The Spanish capital beats out rival Barcelona as the site of the $21-billion proposed project, which comes laden with...
  • Pictures in the News | Oct. 9, 2012

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • German leader Merkel greeted by protesters in Greece

     
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first visit to Greece since the euro debt crisis erupted is met by tens of thousands of protesters in Athens on Tuesday. Merkel is blamed by many Greeks for driving their economy to ruin through her insistence on...