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The debt crisis is still spreading from one European country to another and the euro as a single currency is in danger. To ensure a brighter future and a survival of the euro zone the EU President proposed the issuance … Continue reading
China, as the second largest economy and the biggest export nation, is gaining more and more influence on the world market. Experts claim we could be at the edge of a revolution of the financial markets, having the yuan as … Continue reading
After clearly failing to raise enough capital in today’s bond auction, Spain is unable to refinance its debt, needs a bailout from the EU-fund, triggering further state bankrupcies in Portugal, Belgium and Italy –
For decades, government bonds have been regarded as relatively risk-free, at least when they are issued by solid western countries. Amidst the current financial turmoil involving the US economy and the Euro-crisis, are we to witness a dramatical change in … Continue reading
Bonds had the reputation being the first step in exchange market for orthonormal consumers, since they fitted to their especially risk averse behaviour. Though now the wind seems to have change and one will have to be attracted to more … 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.