November 14, 2011 | Categories: EuroZone, Wall Street | Tags: AIG, American International Group, Central Banks, Foreign Central Banks, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Reserve Currency, Ron Paul, Sovereign Debt | Comments Off on Ron Paul: “It Is Estimated That US Banks Have Over A Trillion Dollars Tied Up At-Risk With German And French Banks”
November 10, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Carbon Emissions, ETC, France, Guest Post, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Renaissance | Comments Off on Guest Post: Get Ready To Start Paying These Taxes Too
November 9, 2011 | Categories: EuroZone | Tags: European Union, Eurozone, France, Germany, Greece, Nicolas Sarkozy, Reuters, The Economist | Comments Off on Game Over? Reuters Says Germany, France Exploring Idea Of Core Euro Zone, End Of Existing Structure
February 10, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: BAC, Bank of America, Department of Justice, France, Reuters | Comments Off on As WikiLeaks’ Star Fades, A Post-Mortem Of Its Operational Infrastructure Emerges
February 8, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Ben Bernanke, CDO, Collateralized Debt Obligations, Creditors, European Union, Eurozone, France, Germany, Greece, Gross Domestic Product, International Monetary Fund, Reality, Sovereign Debt, SWIFT | Comments Off on Bruegel Think Tank Says Greece Should Restructure Debt Now, Claims Country Is Insolvent And Further Lending Is Not Viable Strategy
February 8, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: France, Germany, Gordon Gekko, Guest Post, Newspaper, Nobel Laureate, Renaissance, Short Paper | Comments Off on Guest Post: In The Head Of Energy Secretary Chu
February 7, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Australia, Backwardation, Ben Bernanke, Central Banks, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Counterparties, Crude, Crude Oil, Exchange Traded Fund, France, George Soros, Gilts, India, Japan, John Paulson, Middle East, NYMEX, Precious Metals, Sovereign Debt, United Kingdom, Yen | Comments Off on Morning Gold Fixing: JP Morgan Accepts Gold Bullion As Collateral â€“ Silver Backwardation To Lead To Short Squeeze?
February 3, 2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Anglo Irish, Bank Run, Budget Deficit, Bulgaria, Corporate Finance, Credit-Default Swaps, European Central Bank, European Union, Eurozone, France, Germany, Greece, Gross Domestic Product, Guest Post, Hungary, Hyperinflation, International Monetary Fund, Ireland, Italy, Market Manipulation, Middle East, Monetary Policy, National Debt, Nationalization, Nominal GDP, Poland, Portugal, Real estate, Regional Banks, Reserve Fund, SocGen, Sovereign CDS, Sovereign Debt, Sovereign Default, Vigilantes | Comments Off on Guest Post: Beware of Lurking North Africa & EU Bank Runs