Your Clients Will Pay for World’s Debt, Advisor Warns
Advisor Romain Hatchuel says higher taxes, especially on the wealthy, are imminent as Western nations deal with heavy debt loads.
Wounded Celtic Tiger Is Slowly Recovering
It remains to be seen how successful Ireland will be, with the eurozone's economy still floundering, Germany's slowing, and problems continuing within its own borders.
Ukraine's Trade Deal About-Face From EU to Russia Fraught With Risk
Failure of President Yanukovich to sign with Europe threatens progress, economy and government.
France’s Latest Downgrade: Cause for Worry or False Alarm?
Standard & Poor’s hit France’s credit rating for a second time, causing investor concern.
South Africa’s Prospects Eroding
Slowing economy and labor unrest could lead to a downgrade.
From Doom to Boom (and Back): Grantham Sees Stocks Soaring up to 30%, for Now
Stock market scold Jeremy Grantham expects the U.S. market to soar 20% to 30% in the next year or two—before the next mega-crash, at least.
The Iron Silk Road: Istanbul’s Marmaray Tunnel Links Europe, Asia Undersea
First phase of “pharaonic” project turns a sultan’s dream into reality.
What Happens to Fixed-Income ETFs With Debt at $18 Trillion?
Some holdings could be vulnerable to the shenanigans of politicians.
India Seeks to Boost Foreign Currency Exchange
India’s economy has been suffering, but the country has thought of a solution that could go a long way to ease its fiscal woes.
Turkey’s Economic Landscape Filled With Hazards
A growing economy that offered opportunities aplenty is now fraught with risk