Bundesbank Head Said to Have Threatened Resignation Over Bonds
Jens Weidmann, president of Germany’s Bundesbank, reportedly threatened to resign over the issue of bond purchases by the ECB, according to a German tabloid.
ECB Battle: Draghi vs. Weidmann
ECB President Mario Draghi is challenging Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann’s opposition to a plan for the ECB to reenter the bond markets.
Eurozone Unemployment Sets Record
Unemployment throughout the eurozone hit a record, statistics revealed, with the numbers for many individual nations following suit.
Lehman Redux: Is It Time to Panic Again? Gross, Others Think So
Is it time to allocate a significant portion of your client’s portfolio to shotgun shells and canned beans? While it might be a tad overly dramatic, signs from PIMCO Chairman Bill Gross and others point to yes.
ECB, Bundesbank Leaders Butt Heads on Bond Sales
ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet stated Sunday that the governing council as a whole did not agree with the views of Bundesbank chief, Axel Weber, regarding the bond-buying policy.
Method to Her Math
Getting an advanced degree in mathematics has become a pretty common path to Wall Street, where math geniuses routinely labor over proprietary trading models, sophisticated...