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Greece Prepared for Next Round of Austerity Protests

The Greek government is preparing for a new round of economic changes in response to its most recent agreement with the European Union. Officials have no choice but to agree…

FSA Raises Concerns Over Fraudulent Investments

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has begun investigating landbacking companies suspecting of selling fraudulent investments. In the process, they have uncovered the lists of tens of thousands of consumers who…

Eurozone Countries Question Effectiveness of Austerity Measures

Eurozone governments are assessing what value austerity measures are actually offering to the economy. According to new Eurozone reports, many people have started to question the effectiveness of the austerity…

Wage Growth and Inflation Create Economic Concerns

Citizens and investors in the UK are starting to become a bit upset with Chancellor George Osborne about the future he is creating for the UK’s economy. Although the chancellor…

Economic Reports Across Continent Cause Dutch Concerns

A series of economic reports raised a number of new concerns about the direction of Europe’s economy. Although one of the biggest worries was the fact that the Dutch government…

U.S. Investors Fret Over Weak Jobless Claims

Investors in the United States are concerned over the unemployment trend in the country. According to the most recent report from the Labor Department, the weekly unemployment claims ending April…

Ministers End Age Related Tax Allowances

Ministers announced they are officially ending all tax allowances given specifically to older citizens. Many citizens protested these changes, arguing that they were being used to finance tax breaks for…

Bond Yields on 10-Year Bonds Top 6%

Investors had mixed feelings about a recent bond auction in Spain. The bonds were met with strong demand, thereby alleviating many of the fears investors had about the European debt…

IMF Concerned Over Deleveraging of Eurozone Banks

The International Monetary Fund is concerned that Eurozone banks have taken on an unhealthy level of debt respective to balance sheet equity. Furthermore, they believe that the banks are overly…

Financial Markets Stumble on Declining Growth in China

Economic growth in China remains one of the most important factors in the economic recovery. Although there are a number of reports suggesting that the global economy may be picking…