Emergency talks on the Euro crisis are now being planned by the G7 – and this is being reflected in first-time ever historic lows on German bund yields. Investors are now paying for the opportunity to retain the principal value of their investment. Yields have turned negative. Yes, let me repeat that.
The 2-yr German bund [...]
Will Eurobonds be the solution to the European fiscal mess? There’s so much debt out there already, can more European debt really be the answer?
Nevertheless, the “Eurobond” is what Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has proposed as a way out of the European debt situation. Perhaps a Eurobond offering would calm global markets over European [...]
Economically speaking, 2012 is looking good for central Asian, African and South Asian markets. The developed world, however, is still struggling with debt overload and market saturation.
The United States is looking at about 1.3% projected GDP growth – nothing exciting, but also nothing to sneeze at when you see some of the other disappointing figures [...]