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Successfully consolidation and reform

These states have consolidated their budgets sustainable. Apart from Greece, Spain and Germany, almost all OECD countries have built up high levels of government debt. According to the Stability and Growth Pact, the debt ratio should not exceed 60 percent of gross domestic product. Germany is approaching straight at the Read On..

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The Best Currencies to Invest in for 2013

Currency markets in the first half of 2013 have been roiled by central bankers’ delusional efforts to prop up their lackluster economies. That means the best currencies to invest in for 2013 – or, the remainder of the year – will be in Asia and Canada – countries where the Read On..

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EU Weighs Curbs on Banks’ Use of Client Assets as Collateral

Banks and brokers face a clampdown on using assets they hold for clients as collateral for their own trades as part of European Union moves to bolster market stability and rein in shadow banking. The European Commission is weighing whether firms should have to obtain formal consent from their clients Read On..

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The Euro Will Prevail

For those who love to condemn the euro, please be rationale for a moment. In Euroland there has been much government inflicted economic suffering. In the Union of the Dollar, the USA, there has been nothing but stimulation and banksters getting free passes. As horrible as it is, Euroland has Read On..

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What Is ‘Stable Value’ In Currency Terms?

The reason that we use gold, in a gold standard system, instead of, say, orange juice, is because we are trying to accomplish a goal, and gold is the best way to do so. Our goal is to create a currency of stable value. “Why do you use titanium to Read On..

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