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Eurozone’s ‘Flower Children’ Have Been the Lucky Generation

The Hippie Flower

The independence long sought by the '60s generation is coming to fruition now, while for today's younger generation things are much harder. Read More »

In Europe, Few Jobs for the Old and Even Fewer for the New

European Youth Unemployment Cartoon

Europe should scrap the austerity mantra and concentrate its efforts on supporting unemployment relief, tax reform, and job creation. Read More »

Europe Should Stop Listening to Germany

Should Eurozone nations continue to heed the words of the very nation which profits directly from austerity gone bad elsewhere? Read More »

Broke If You Do, Broke If You Don’t.

With the failure of the bailout approval in parliament, Cyprus edges that much closer to default. Thing is, a yes vote wouldn't have changed a thing. Read More »


As Europe's Central Bank looks to cut rate targets into 2013, all eyes turn to the key reference rate for the continent's major banks. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis Part 3: The Macedonian Captivity

Storm clouds loom over Athens as Greece struggles to satisfy its troika of foreign lenders and create new growth. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis, Part 2: “All the Kings, Their Horses, and Their Horses’ Horses”

Eurozone nations need every King, horse, and man they can find to patch their crumbling banking sectors together again. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis, Part I: All the Kings, Their Horses, and Their Horses’ Horses

Europe's central banks are falling and can't get up. Can its leaders act fast enough to save the currency? Read More »

Greece Votes for Austerity at Cost of Public Confidence

Today, Greek lawmakers approved the plan to enact greater austerity measures, saving Greece from default, but at what cost? Read More »

A Skyrocketing Euro for a Deep Diving Europe

How a strong euro paradoxically weakens Europe. Read More »