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Cyprus Bailout Puts New Pressure on Europe’s Banks – New York Times

Cyprus Bailout Puts New Pressure on Europe’s Banks – New York Times

Filip Singer/European Pressphoto AgencyAfter the Cyprus bailout, investors are worried that Italian or Spanish banks could face similar problems. LONDON – Just as pressure was easing on Europe’s financial sector, the situation in Cyprus has once again created chaos. After a proposed levy on retail deposits in Cyprus, shares in many of Europe’s largest financial […]

Nike’s China And Europe Weakness Could Trip Up N. America Growth – Forbes

Nike’s China And Europe Weakness Could Trip Up N. America Growth – Forbes

Nike Is Still Good For $110 Despite Earnings Miss Trefis Team Contributor NBA Deal, Olympics Help Kick Nike Stock Higher Trefis Team Contributor Gap Looking For Rebound Internationally Trefis Team Contributor Chinese Slow Down Makes U.S. Apparel Makers Sweat Trefis Team Contributor Quick Take We expect Nike’s top line growth in Q3 2013 to be […]

COLUMN – Europe’s hair-trigger economy: Summers – Reuters

Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:58am EDT By Lawrence Summers March 18 (Reuters) – Europe’s economic situation is viewed with far less concern than was the case six, 12 or 18 months ago. Policymakers in Europe far prefer engaging the United States on a possible trade and investment agreement to more discussion on financial stability and […]

US drops Europe missile defense plan – but Moscow is unimpressed – Christian Science Monitor

Russia issued a cool response to the scrapping of a NATO anti-missile system much resented by the Kremlin. But experts say the cancellation could still help US-Russian relations. By Fred Weir, Correspondent / March 18, 2013 A Russian military officer is on duty in the main control center of a radar station at the missile defense […]

Europe’s work is far from over – Washington Post

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Analysis: Europe’s social shock-absorbers show crisis strain – Reuters

By Paul Taylor PARIS | Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:59am EDT PARIS (Reuters) – Grigoris Lemonis, a 73-year-old Athens pensioner, uses his 580 euro ($760) monthly state pension to support his wife and the family of his son, an unemployed cook with two small children and a wife who works occasionally as a cleaner. Three-generation […]

Stocks: Europe back in focus. Again. – CNN

Stocks: Europe back in focus. Again. – CNN

Europe again. Investors have been spooked once more by fears that a seemingly localized snafu could engulf the region. U.S. stock futures indicated that markets were headed for a […]

Europe’s work is far from over – Washington Post

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Europe Braces for Fresh Turmoil With Cyprus Deposit Levy – Bloomberg

Europe Braces for Fresh Turmoil With Cyprus Deposit Levy – Bloomberg

Europe braced for renewed turmoil as outrage in Cyprus over an unprecedented levy on bank deposits threatened to derail the nation’s bailout. The euro tumbled. Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who bowed to demands by euro-area finance ministers to raise 5.8 billion euros ($7.6 billion) by taking a piece of every bank account in Cyprus, appealed […]

Rise and Shiny: Warstory: Europe in Flames – Joystiq

Rise and Shiny: Warstory: Europe in Flames – Joystiq

Warstory: Europe in Flames is one of those deceptively simple MMOs that makes me feel a bit lost for most of the week that I look at it for this column. It seems as though I stumbled into a game that features not only a time-limited server but one that is about […]