Reports Tagged: Europe

April 20, 2021

Germany’s largest party, the center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU), selected establishment favorite Armin Laschet in the wee hours of this morning to head the party’s election slate in the race

July 21, 2020

After a grueling four days and nights of negotiations, European Union leaders finally reached agreement early this morning on a highly anticipated “Recovery Fund” designed to help counter the COVID-19

March 22, 2020

As Washington rushes to mitigate the coming devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic on the US economy with the largest fiscal stimulus package ever on record, the European Union, devastated even

December 22, 2015

The Spanish elections that took place on December 20 failed to determine a clear winner, as pretty much everyone expected. What most did not expect was that the results and

November 19, 2015

French President Francois Hollande surprised his compatriots and even most of his own Socialist party when he requested the activation of Article 42.7 of the Treaty on the Functioning of

October 21, 2014

The European Central Bank will release the long-awaited results of its Asset Quality Review (AQR) and Stress Test of the 130 largest European banks this Sunday, October 26. Officials from

October 17, 2014

With US economic growth indicators still holding in well despite a hiccup or two, we think there should be little question by now in anybody’s mind that a significant contributor

September 26, 2014

At the conclusion of last weekend’s G20 meeting of global finance ministers and central bankers in Australia, host Treasurer Joe Hockey proudly declared that member states had submitted over nine hundred, yes