MiaSX.com banner
"If you're going to panic, do it fast and beat the crowd." ~ Jesse Livermore

Saturday, November 17, 2012

US fiscal policy and Euro debt crisis (video)

Nov. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Kyle Bass, chief managing partner and principal of Hayman Capital Management LP, talks about his firm's investment strategy, U.S. fiscal policy and Europe's debt crisis. He speaks with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg (Source: Bloomberg)

How Long Would the Shock to the Economy Last? - Nov. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Cumberland Advisors' Robert Eisenbeis and David Kotok discuss President Obama's meeting with congressional leaders about the fiscal cliff. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)

Debt crisis: as it happened, November 16, 2012
Have a great weekend, and don't forget to log on to our financial crisis page for more news and analysis over the weekend. Enjoy! 16.55 David .... this aim," he said. Mr Weidmann also said that comparisons between the ECB, Bank of England and Federal...


METALS-Copper falls on dollar rise, worry over US and euro zone
A pick-up in growth from China would provide welcome news in the West, where industrialised economies are struggling following the debts built up during the global financial crisis. But bulging metal inventories in China, expectations of a modest rise ...
Debt crisis sends euro zone back into recession [Financial Mirror (Cyprus)]
Some analysts said investors were wary of selling the euro heavily in case policymakers surprised markets with decisive action to tackle the euro zone debt crisis. "They don't want to sell into it too aggressively in case there's a policy response from ...
Fitch Says Weaker Euro-Zone Countries Face Challenges
Wall Street Journal
Fitch raised its outlook on Ireland to stable from negative, the first positive credit rating action on aeuro-zone sovereign from the geographic periphery since the onset of the debt crisis. The move reflected "country-specific considerations, rather ...
Gulf Daily News
EURO ZONE IN RECESSION. Posted on » Friday, November 16, 2012. BRUSSELS: The euro zone debt crisis dragged the bloc into its second recession since 2009 in the third quarter despite modest growth in Germany and France, data showed yesterday.
Moody's Says Euro Crisis May Lurch Back into Shock
The rating agency said that positive developments since summer have reassured investors that a resolution to the ongoing euro-zone crisis will be forthcoming. But Moody's said that progress on what needs to be accomplished to provide a fix--economic ...
EURO GOVT-Greek, US worries keep Bunds near highs
LONDON, Nov 16 (Reuters) - German government bonds traded close to two-month highs on Friday, with anxiety over Greece's debt sustainability and the U.S. "fiscal cliff" pushing investors towards the safety of low-risk assets. Greece has taken centre ...
Europe's Lingering Crisis Augurs Badly for Its Clout
Wall Street Journal
In the early phases of the euro-zone debt crisis, many of them dismissed its significance, arguing it was a transitory financial and economic phenomenon that would have little or no lasting geopolitical impact. Now, the crisis has dragged on for so ...
European shares slip for third session
PARIS, Nov 16 (Reuters) - European stocks slipped further on Friday as brewing worries over U.S. budget negotiations and the continuing euro zone debt crisis unsettled some investors, with banking stocks featuring among the top fallers. The euro zone ...

Euro-Zone Economy Shrinks Again
Wall Street Journal
While most economists in the November Wall Street Journal forecasting survey don't expect the U.S. to follow Europe into recession in the next 12 months, an escalation in the euro-zone crisis is the second-most-cited potential trigger for a U.S ...

Wall Street Journal

Euro Crisis - Google News

Fiscal Cliff - Google News

Economics, interest rates, house prices, inflation, Bank of England

Markets News - Global Financial Market News

Financial Crisis

Jeremy Warner - Finance and business comments

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - Finance and business comments

Jeff Randall - Business and politics comments

New Normal News

Views under the Palm