Author Archives: Kizzel_Keller

How brave and new is our world of finance today?

After four months of blogging on BraveNewFinance, it has now become time to look back. Can we already be able to conclude that sufficient actions have been taken? Actions that change the world of finance for a better and safer … Continue reading

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Will business confidence in Europe attract investors?

For the economies of Germany and France, latest indicators conjured up hope for healthy and sustainable times. Their indicators for business climate climbed to record-like highs. A possible sign for investors to boost their trust in the EURO-union?

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Estonia’s Euro – the dark side

In regard to Rudi’s post on Estonia’s benefits of joining the EURO-union, it is now time to focus on the possible disadvantages of this membership. Will the Baltic state of Estonia be in the position of a lucky beneficiary or … Continue reading

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Why not making the Eurozone smaller?

In one of our recent posts (Will Germany kill the Euro?) we spotlighted the question whether Germany might turn away from the Euro und thus start off a destructive process of the Euro currency. Besides that scenario, another way would … Continue reading

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North Korean „muscle-flexing“: A threat for global markets?

Last Tuesday (23rd November 2010), North Korea unexpectedly attacked the South Korean peninsula “Yeonpyeong”, just 11 kilometres away from the aggressor’s boarder. Market analysts and economists were thus worried about what consequences this attack would have on financial markets. A … Continue reading

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The weakness about the EU bailout procedure

The speculations have proven to be true: Ireland has asked the EU for receiving financial help. The state is determined to restructure its ailing banking system. Nonetheless, one could feel uneasy about the rescue…

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It’s „Panic Time“ again: Investors re-start fearing EU Peripherals

After the financial problems of Greece kick-started the outbreak of this year’s Euro crisis in early 2010, a new wave of panic is now causing trouble on the world’s financial markets: Ireland is spotlighted as the next EU member to … Continue reading

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