In France and in Europe, Poverty and Inequality Grow As Unemployment Grows

Original L'Humanité article in French by Pierre Ivorra, Translated by Gene Zbikowski and Reviewed by Bill Scoble December 12, 2012 (TSR) - In France, a 0.5% fall in household purchasing...

Central bank gold buying is much more than just a driving force: Shift to...

by Julian Phillips, Macroeconomist and Gold, Currency and Fund Management Specialist September 11, 2012 (TSR) - Since 2009 we have seen the signatory central banks of the Central Bank Gold...

Germany sues U.S. Banks for fraud, demands money back

by Lady Michelle-Jennifer Santos, Founder & Publisher, Political Strategist, and Strategy/Peace Negotiator with the UN Security Council Special Envoy to the Arab Nations September 7, 2012 (TSR) - The array of...

Moody’s EU outlook goes ‘Negative’, Eurozone Break Up Looms

September 4, 2012 (TSR) - Moody's Investor Service has lowered the EU’s triple A rating outlook to negative, warning it might downgrade the bloc if it decides to cut the...

German FM: We do not have ‘Euro Crisis’

September 1, 2012 (TSR) - German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle said on Friday that the term "euro crisis" is " misleading", and what Europe is facing now is "debt...

A Changing Europe and Its Relations with China

by Dr. Song Tao, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China August 30, 2012 (TSR) - Today, both political and economic landscapes of the world are...

Finland is preparing for Eurozone breakup: FM Erkki Tuomioja

August 17, 2012 (TSR) - The Nordic state is battening down the hatches for a full-blown currency crisis as tensions in the eurozone mount and has said it will...

Spain unveils new savings plan in struggle to meet EU standard

August 6, 2012 (TSR) - As its latest move to rebalance strained public finances and a step toward meeting European Union's (EU) limit on deficit-to-GDP ratio, the Spanish government Friday...

Greece agrees to new austerity measures, Italy needs no external help

August 2, 2012 (TSR) - The Greek three-party coalition government leaders reached on Wednesday an agreement on the framework of a series of fresh austerity measures worth 11.5 billion...