Week as of 22nd

The demand for risk loving investors in the bond business
Posted on November 23, 2010 by olexa5
An insight into the world of today’s bond markets and how investors’ perceptions on bonds have changed.

New hope for Argentina’s economy
Posted on November 25, 2010 by rudi2020

Will the IMF be able to turn the tide for Argentina’s poor economy? At least, hope SEEMS to be on the way…

Germany and the Euro –
Posted on November 27, 2010 by stuerzele

The super-economy of the 21st century…Among most economists, there is no doubt that China is about to become the greatest economy of this century. Nonetheless, Russian Prime Minister Putin recently mentioned another economy to become the greatest…Germany!

Company Bonds to overtake Government Bonds?
Posted on November 27, 2010 by bravenewloock
Which bond type will be of a higher risk exposure in the long run: A company bond or a government bond? A critical view…

North Korean „muscle-flexing“: A threat for global markets?
Posted on November 29, 2010 by Kizzel_Keller
The recent North Korean attack on a South Korean peninsula had definite effects on international relations worldwide. But to which extent could this aggression effect financial markets?

Will Germany kill the euro?
Posted on November 29, 2010 by vivipre
The EURO currency is put under pressure every since several EURO-economies are facing severe problems. This week, the question aroused whether Germany will get rid of the EURO. What do economists say about this idea?

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