As Greece and Europe struggle to come to an agreement, is Russia offering the Syriza government a viable alternative?
With no deal in sight, global investors are getting nervous and have reacted by selling off Eurozone stocks.
Watch for deepening ties between Russia and Greece…
Can the newly elected Syriza party turn the country around and prevent further collapse?
On this week’s episode, Jerry Robinson provides his thoughts on European integration and why he believes the euro is here to stay.
It appears Pope Francis really is making attempts to clean up the Vatican bank.
“We need to end the Federal Reserve, stay away from propping up the euro, and return to a sound monetary system.”
If just one euro out of every hundred is withdrawn from banks, the bank reserves would be completely exhausted and the whole system would collapse.
Get the details on the recent German Gold Repatriation with Economist Jerry Robinson.
Believe it or not, Greece actually wants to stay within the Eurozone. ‘Drachamageddon’ has been averted… but it should be no surprise.
Here’s five stock ideas for profiting from the endless Euro crisis. It is not too late to profit from the turmoil.
A British newspaper has revealed what most discerning economic observers have long known: that the Eurocrats want to create a United States of Europe with a single president.
Here’s what you need to know about Warren’s Buffett’s recent shopping spree in Europe. The eight European stocks that Warren Buffett bought are…
Jerry is joined by Agora Financial’s chief economist, Michael Pento. Michael is a fellow Austrian economist and will share his take on the global economic crisis and what lies ahead. In addition, he explains the best way to play these tumultuous markets despite the continuing crisis in the Eurozone.
Here are the latest details on the coming Eurasian Union. Vladimir Putin, the Prime Minister of Russia, is intent on building a “Eurasian Union” of ex-Soviet states, according to an article in the Izvestia newspaper on Tuesday. Here’s the details…
Standard and Poor’s downgraded its unsolicited ratings on Italy by one notch to A/A-1 and kept its outlook on negative, a major surprise that threatens to add to concerns of contagion in the debt-stressed euro zone.
Editor’s Note: Today’s turmoil in Greece is continuing to roil the financial markets. The slide in the equity and energy markets today show the major impact that the Eurozone worries are having on investors.
In today’s piece, I recall the moment that I realized the difference between consumers and producers.
Wal-Mart CEO, Bill Simon, is sounding the alarm of what he is calling a coming wave of “serious” inflation that he says will strike U.S. consumers in the coming months. f
Will the Euro survive? Or will the Euro collapse? There are a lot of questions swirling around the debt-ridden Eurozone. Before I tell you my thoughts, let’s take a brief look at how all of this mess got started.
Egypt.. Egypt continues to descend into chaos this morning.
Throughout the recession and recovery, many European banks have sought to sweep their problems under the carpet in the hopes that they could solve them in a better and more profitable future. Now, though, they’re running out of time.
Germany’s cabinet is poised this week to approve a 2011 budget as part of a four-year programme of public spending cuts meant to serve as an example to other European governments without jeopardising the country’s increasingly robust economic recovery.
At last week’s G-20 meeting, President Barack Obama achieved a two-fer. He suffered a significant international defeat, and he increased the chances his party will suffer a major domestic one this fall.
Mr. Obama’s international defeat was self-inflicted. He went to Toronto to press other major nations to do as he has done: Expand government spending, or suffer, in the president’s words, “renewed economic hardship and recession.”
The net wealth of Asian millionaires has eclipsed that of rich Europeans for the first time, largely because of the relative health of stock markets in Hong Kong, India and China last year, according to a new survey.
Nightmare vision for Europe as EU chief warns ‘democracy could disappear’ in Greece, Spain and Portugal
Democracy could ‘collapse’ in Greece, Spain and Portugal unless urgent action is taken to tackle the debt crisis, the head of the European Commission has warned.
Everybody is so bearish about the euro that it looks like now is a good time to buy the single European currency, famous investor Jim Rogers told CNBC Thursday.
The risks to a robust global recovery have ‘risen significantly’ as many governments struggle with debt, a leading official from the International Monetary Fund has warned.
Some of the world’s richest central banks will not stop investing in the euro, supporting its reserve status, despite the sovereign debt crisis hammering the euro zone’s currency, government sources said.
On this week’s program, Jerry Robinson gives his insights concerning the widening European Debt Crisis, the BP Oil Spill, along with an in-depth look at the other most important headlines of the week. Our special guest interview is with Paul Nolte, CFA (Dearborn Partners, Managing Director). Mr. Nolte provides his market outlook for equities for the next several months.