Archive for January, 2012

Europe continues work on long-term solution to debt crisis

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

European officials will forge ahead with crafting a long-term plan to tackle ther region’s debt crisis as banking and government negotiators continue trying to reach an agreement that will lighten Greece’s debt bureden.  Click the photo to the left to read the entire article as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

European Stocks Advance as EU Ministers Meet

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

European stocks climed to a five-month high, led by a rally in banks, as Germany and France said Greek debt-swap talks are making progress.  Click the photo to the right to read the entire article reported by Bloomberg.

Global Implications of the Eruozone Crisis

Friday, January 13th, 2012

As the eruozone crisis escalates, PIMCO’s Scott Mather, managing director and head of global portfolio management, explains its increasingly global impact.  Click on the attached photo to read the entire article from PIMCO.

Euro, global stocks drop on euro zone downgrade talk

Friday, January 13th, 2012

The euro fell to a 16-month low and world stocks dropped on Friday on talk that Standard & Poor’s was set to downgrade the ratings of several euro zone countries.  Click on the attached photo to read the entire article from Reuters.