Sure, the British government is using populist tactics in order entertain potential voter, but then why does this still leave a bad feeling? Here is the NY Times on the end (for now) of talks about the EU budget: Cameron, playing to Eurosceptical i… more »
Dirk Ehnts finds out the reasons behind the German gold reserve - worth nearly €144 billion - being still outside the country. more »
Nobel Peace Prize: Was It Deserved?
Written by Stephen Swanson
A week in which the European Union wins a Nobel Peace Prize and also is chided by the IMF for not doing more to implement a Euro wide banking regime to contain continuing financial th… more »
by Elliott Morss, Morss Global Finance Chancellor Merkel:I have considerable sympathy for the position you are in. As a politician, you are trying to represent the view of the German people. And they have had it with bailouts for the banks and the “wea… more »
Written by Hilary Barnes When Francois Hollande (pictured), the candidate for the Socialist Party, was elected president in May this year he declared that his presidency would be a “normal' one.That is to say that in contrast to the presidency of his… more »