Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has told his nation’s Parliament that a vote of No Confidence in his government could exacerbate the euro zone debt crisis.
The German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has said that German resistance to common EMU government bonds might come to an end in new comments.
Following a week in which market attentions were turned to the US stimulus package, this morning the focus returns to the euro zone periphery.
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This morning The Telegraph posted some unashamedly good news for people making currency transfers from the UK.
Recently the Icelandic Government has been gloating about the remarkable turnaround in Iceland’s economy.
Following US President Barack Obama’s agreement of a $1 trillion economic stimulus package with Senate Republications, the markets have become concerned that the President is not doing enough to combat the US deficit. This has been reflected in a fall in the value of the dollar in the last 24 hours. Furthermore the Obama stimulus …
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This afternoon the Bank Of England has announced that it has maintained interest rates for another month at 0.5% and made no additions to its quantitative easing program.
In the last 48 hours the situation on the world’s foreign exchange markets has almost reversed.