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In case you hoped getting to know what BBB rating really stands for, this is not the right post to find out. This one will give you an overview of this week‘s bond-concerned ongoings in the EU, ranging from madness … Continue reading
… will they? This week Brussels plans that European Banks are the ones to finance the European Fonds for instable countries. The security fond EFSF already keeps some bn750$ – European tax payers money.
Is Estonia embracing the new currency or are they having restraints? In this blog post you will learn about the advantages of the new replacement for the traditional Estonian Kroon, former national currency.
Status quo makes entrepreneuers happy, future is heralded positively. Others see it a bit more dismal.
It is too early for clinking glasses but former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner (RIP 2010) will turn over in his grave if he is following current talks to IMF – Please yourself Nestor! Talks are for the sake of Argentine … Continue reading
No need to be all optimistic about Argentina’s economy after its latest stunt in bond-politics.
Countries are worried about plummeting bond prices – Again.