Browsing All posts tagged under »Debt«

European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Has China Boarded the Train?

October 28, 2011

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As part of a plan to lower Greece’s debt burden, and to try and contain the two year European Union crisis, it has been reported that euro zone leaders have come to an agreement with private banks and insurers.  The agreement imposes upon those banks and insurers to accept a 50% loss on their holdings […]

Double dip recession, depression or just a slowdown? The questions remain…

September 30, 2011

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US Durable Goods orders dropped while consumer spending and consumer confidence are down. Corporations are not hiring new employees or investing, despite sitting on 2 trillion dollars in reserves. The financial markets are once again concerned with the growing number of people still being fired, and home sales are down to record levels – due […]

Foreign Currency Developments Resulting From The Greek Debt Crisis

June 29, 2011

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Joel Borshof, President and CEO of IMEX Examines Foreign Currency Exchange Developments Resulting From the Greek Debt Crisis on “Brainstormin’ with Bill Frank. AM 1400 KKZZ Listen here

IMEX’s 4 Monday Morning Articles to read about Foreign Exchange

January 3, 2011

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1. Here we are in the New Year, back to the old year news.  The euro weakened vs the US dollar on the forex market due to once again rising sovereign debt issues. See Article: Euro Falls Most in Two Weeks on Concern Europe Fund Raising May Struggle – Reuters 2. Chinese monetary authorites are allowing interest rates to […]

IMEX’s 4 Monday Morning Articles to read about Foreign Exchange

December 6, 2010

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1) A number of foreign exchange forecasters are expecting the Euro to fall against the US dollar in the new year… See article  Euro’s Worst to Come as Best Forecasters See Crisis Spreading  Bloomberg 2) The present additional Quantitative easing (QE2) may not be enough to support the economy and more may be necessary according to […]