Today, in Greece there are two things happening. First, there is a slight lull after the first extremely painful measures that needed to be taken in order to be bailed out by Europe. And second, election fever is everywhere. Even though the polls show that the public seems to be turning its back on the… Continue reading What surprises will May elections in Greece bring?
Anthony Young, an analyst at Dahlman Rose & Co., and Sophia Kalantzakos, a professor at New York University, talk about rare-earth mineral markets. The U.S. is challenging China's export limits on rare-earth minerals at the World Trade Organization. They speak with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg TV. http://www.businessweek.com/videos/2012-03-14/rare-earth-mineral-market-china-wto-dispute
Tonight is a night of relief for the greek government and EU partners. It appears that PSI participation went well, and the information coming out of Greece is highly optimistic though the official figures will not be released until tomorrow morning. This deal will allow Greece to reduce its debt by approximately 105 billion euros.… Continue reading PSI seems to be a success but the public mood is still grim