EuroCrisis News Overview - News items from the worlds media about the current eurocrisis - This page contains a running list of news articles about the current crisis in the Euro zone.
These are mostly whatever I stumble upon...
The EuroCrisis Monitor is an initiative of the Institute of Empirical Economic Research, Osnabrück University. We collect selected data on the Euro-crisis, research articles, and commentaries. We also provide a comprehensive list of links to official documents and institutional arrangements in Europe.
"I think that growth, and I told that to Dr. Krugman, growth doesn't come from the demand side, it comes from the supply side," explains Pedro Schwartz, professor of Economics at... - 13.07.2012, MSNBC
From Guardian News & Media Ltd: With each passing day the Eurocrisis deepens, spreading to more countries with ever more dramatic consequences. But are you still struggling to... - 19.07.2011, Newslook
Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG Chief Executive Officer Josef Ackermann talks about the European sovereign debt crisis and the aim to double pretax profit at the bank's... - 03.02.2011, Bloomberg
21 June 2012: What does the eurocrisis really mean for investors? Should you sell up and wait for the right buying opportunity? What impact could a Greek exit have on the stock... - 25.06.2012, YouTube
After Spain, the focus of the eurocrisis has now shifted to Italy, which is struggling with a shrinking economy and rising bond yields. Prime Minister Mario Monti has denied that his country will ask for an EU bailout, but optimism about Italy's future is in short supply.
Although the eurocrisis is in its third year, you may still be wondering how European governments got into this sticky situation in the first place. If news of bailouts leaves you confused, this primer is for you.
Worries about the eurocrisis have died down somewhat in recent months, but the upcoming election in Italy is giving financial markets the jitters again. And Italy is, by far, not the only cause for concern.
Three years ago, the eurocrisis began when Greece became a cause for concern among policymakers and a cause for excitement among money managers. Does the armistice that has prevailed since the end of 2012 mean that the crisis is over?